Know this might go against your thoughts, but you would be money ahead to fix your front end of your what ever your driving than to spend the money on a cover up the problem device, cuz when it gets worse, it only gets more expensive.
You now the old saying "Pay me now or pay me later", well later is not that far.
Although I love my Steer Safe, I have noticed no benefit in high wind conditions nor when being passed by a large vehicle or truck.
I have noticed that it is great when encountering uneven road conditions. In the past, my rig used to dart of to one direction or the other when I encountered uneven pavement. Now, it tracks straight. I would imagine that this would be very beneficial in the event of a blowout.
In short, I've noticed that forces that act upon the tires (i.e. road pavement or blowout) are minimized or eliminated with the Steer Safe, but forces acting upon the coach (i.e. the wind) are not.
On another note, a couple of weekends ago, I hit some road debris. Last week when I looked under the rig, I noticed that both springs had come off the steer safe. I called the manufacturer and ordered a couple more springs to replace them with. So if you haven't looked under your rig recently, I'd highly suggest examining the springs on your Steer Safe.
Around 1995 my boss ordered all Semi-Tractors have a similar device installed. Don't know if they were SteerSafe units or not, I do know that the color was red and I remember seeing them being installed.