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In this paper, a fuzzy steering control strategy is presented for the dual-motor electric tracked vehicle. The strategy is devoted to the steering dynamic process; altering the control the dual motors' torque outputs such that the vehicle can answer the driver's steering operation more rapidly. The two inputs of fuzzy algorithm are the driver's steering wheel angel and its differential coefficient, the output is an amending parameter to motors' torque. A steering control strategy without fuzzy logic is used as a benchmark for comparison. Simulation results show that the answer of steering is more prompt with fuzzy control than without.