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A car with no accidents and new tires is less likely to have its wheel alignment disrupted easily. However, incidents such as hitting curbs or other objects, damage to the chassis, or problems with the steering system can lead to disruptions in wheel alignment. Common scenarios that can disrupt wheel alignment include:

  • Continuing to turn the steering wheel after scraping against a curb while parking.
  • Malfunctions in the steering system.
  • Corrective repairs made to the vehicle's chassis due to accidents.
  • Damage to the wheel arms after encountering potholes or rough road conditions.

Failure to perform wheel alignment can result in premature wear of suspension components and rapid wear on one side of the tires. Additionally, it significantly decreases driving comfort.