Camber is the amount that your tires "lean"
If you are facing the vehicle the tops of the front tires would lean outward away from each other a little (may be so slight that it cannot really be seen).
Having this done correctly aids in steering.
Other adjustments are;
"Toe" (making the tires running parallel, tire wear is reduced)
"Caster" which makes the tires wanna straighten themselves after turning (steering wheel returns to 'home' without forcing it back straight). Also keeps the vehicle from wandering while you drive straight.
All three adjustments interact with each other, so in essence, one adjustment might affect another. It is critical that an alignment machine is used get it all correct.
Wednesday, July 12th, 2017 AT 8:29 PM