Q: Wheels need alignment

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The wheels seems like they need to be aligned, as the wheel pulls to the right as I drive.

A wheel alignment is considered general maintenance and should typically be done once a year. A qualified technician will be able to check alignment and perform the alignment if it’s required.

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