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Q: Car moving from side-to-side when driving

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My car moves from side-to-side when I am driving.

Hello, I’m not quite sure what you mean that it moves side to side. Being that it is affecting the drivability of the vehicle, it should be inspected and repaired sooner that later. You will probably need the aid of a mechanic, who can go on a road test with you to get a full understanding of what you are experiencing. This will aid in getting a proper diagnosis for your repair.

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