About a year ago, my wife ran over some tire tred left on the freeway from a semi truck. It took out the front bumper and side markers. Our insurance guided us to a shop for the repairs. Despite telling them that the car did not feel the same while driving, the said that there was nothing wrong with it. A year later, I have new tires installed and they tell me that the camber is so far off that if I don't get it fixed soon, it will void the warranty on my tires. I have a copy of the results from the alignment they did a year ago and the alignment check from a few days ago. I would like to know if the changes are normal for a year of driving without any accidents or major bumps to speak of, or if I am being taken for a ride down that old familiar "ripoff lane". I've attached a PDF file with the new readings in yellow and the old readings are under the "Actual" and "Before" columbs. Empty spaces were readings that were not taken.
have the same problem?
Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 AT 12:26 AM