Anti-roll bar is part of an automobile suspension that helps reduce the body roll of a vehicle during fast cornering or over road irregularities. Anti-roll bar is connected to part of the left and right sides of the suspension system. For independent suspension systems, the connection point with the anti-roll bar is usually with the lower control arm. Most car manufacturers design cars that already has a front anti-roll bar, while sports cars have both a front and rear bar. Aftermarket bars on the other hand are stiffer than stock (OEM) ones. Installing an aftermarket anti-roll bar usually results in a stiffer ride while cornering. Additionally, they add on to the roll resistance of the suspension springs for a higher overall roll resistance and enhance vehicle handling.