My volvo XC90 was hit in the rear by a Chevy Suburban while I was stopped at a stop light. The Suburban was totaled and my truck seemed fine with the exception of the tailgate, back bumper and side quarter panel. While driving it home from the accident, a couple of miles, I realized that the steering was very tight and I able to make a turn without putting all of my force into making the turn. The insurance company does not believe this is a result of the accident because it was a rear end collision. I know that my truck was not driving in this condition prior to the collission. Does this seem like a possible condition that could have occurred due to a rear end collision?
have the same problem?
Tuesday, March 15th, 2011 AT 7:05 PM