The car control arm is the rod that connects the steering wheel to the rest of the system, allowing for smooth and accurate steering. Obviously this is an incredibly important part of the vehicle, without which the driver would be incapable of controlling the vehicle and land up in dangerous situations. Thus it is important to give car control arms regular maintenance and servicing. For more information on this read up on it further or contact a professional mechanic.
If you feel an unexpected shuddering in the steering wheel, the wheel feels too tight or too loose, or the vehicle is not steering like it should, the problem may lie in the car control arm. Be sure to not ignore these symptoms and get to a mechanic as soon as possible. Keep in mind, however, that the problem may also have to do with other parts of the car and the problem is not guaranteed to be the car control arm. Either way, see to the problem immediately before the situation escalates and you find yourself unable to control the vehicle at a crucial moment.
If the entire car control arm needs to be replaced then do so as soon as possible. The part can be can be relatively expensive and it can be a tricky and time-consuming task replacing it, so be sure to inform your mechanic in advance and take the necessary precautions, such as organising temporary transport and arranging for the parts to be available. A car control arm is not a universal piece, so it may need to be ordered from a manufacturer, and will take time before it arrives at the desired workshop.