1 - Incorrect toe in (most likely problem - alignment should fix, might be
due to worn components, see 4)
2 - Incorrect camber (less likely - alignment should fix)
3 - Tires underinflated (make sure you are inflating them properly per
vehicle manufacturer's specs, assuming you are using OE size and type)
4 - Worn suspension parts (ball joints, tie road ends - alignment should
5 - Weak front springs (not likely, but alignment should catch this problem)
6- Driving on highly crowned roads most of the time (not likely)
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