advise please - 2 wheels hit a roundabout steering/suspension damage?

Because 2 wheels hit a curb the wheel alignment is too far out for the normal tyre fitters machine m/c to reset it
Took it to a friendly smash repairer and he said probably no chassis damage
so he sent it to tyre company that does steering/suspension repairs
I have a $10000 + quote to replace steering [box power]drive shafts, 2 wheels {alloy]bearings and most suspension components
the car still drives fine but steering wheel is rotated 1/4 turn to the right, tyres scrub on shiny floors and steering growls on full lock at slow speed.
Parts delivery is up to 2 weeks.
so the question is
1. would u drive it carefully slowly local only
2. is there a cheap way to get it made safe so it can be traded in? - cost of repairs below write off market value 15-20000?
3. Which guide do insurers use for market value?
Car - Honda odyssey 1996 auto 6 seats
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Observer wrote:

$10k? you need a second opinion.
imo, if the frame is straight, it's likely that a good deal of the suspension/steering componentry is too. wholesale replacement is just dumb racketeering. suspension/steering /is/ expensive, but not $10k expensive. unless you had a /real/ smash that /did/ bend the frame, i can't imaging a scenario where you would have bent the driveshafts. maybe the boots are torn, but that's a seperate issue. bearings? you'd hear if they'd been brinelled. bent knuckles? possible, but not $10k possible. steering rack? yes, that's more than possible, but again, it's just not possible to approach $10k any way you slice simple componentry replacement.
get a second opinion. or a third.
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