What is Staggered Wheel Fitment?

Fitting different size tires front and rear on a four-wheel-drive vehicle can be downright dangerous. Not to mention the fact that it makes the owner of the vehicle look foolish to car experts, as staggered wheels on a 4WD proves that the owner doesn't know even the most basic things about his vehicle. Staggered fitment on a 4WD can wreck the powertrain of the vehicle and it can cause the vehicle to perform in very strange and unexpected ways. On a front wheel drive vehicle a staggered fitment might not be dangerous, but it looks silly to car buffs who can tell a FWD vehicle apart from a RWD. It will also cause already understeering cars to perform even worse.