If your vehicle is out of alignment, it may veer to the left or the right even if you aren't pulling on the steering wheel. In severe cases, alignment problems can result in cracked rims, a blown tire or other significant damage to your car.

Alignment issues can occur on their own over a period of months or years. However, they can also occur as the result of hitting a curb, a pothole or another vehicle. Ideally, you will take your vehicle to MINI of Charleston at the first sign that your car is not aligned properly regardless of why this is the case.

In most cases, fixing alignment issues is a relatively quick an inexpensive job, and you generally don't have to ask your insurance company to pay for the work. However, your insurance policy may cover the cost of fixing other problems caused by an alignment issue.

 

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