So, it's this simple: I was stupid! Trying to race home (To use the restroom, TMI, right?), I was coasting out of a parking lot (initially) and saw that it was basically clear if I gunned it. Let me just say, I have a 2002 Chevrolet Prism, which is basically a Toyota Carolla mechanically with a Chevrolet interior. I was making a left turn and thanks to balding tires which caused understeer due to excessive speed, I slid while turning and hit the curb with my passenger side, front and rear, but my driver side did not go up onto the curb. So, I was halfway on the road and halfway in the grass, but still moving! Well, I just kept going and popped it back onto the road... I should have initially stated, by alignment was not the best prior to hitting the curb, but as I met someone for dinner that takes the same route home, I called them and asked them to look at my wheels while driving up a 2 lane road! So, while driving now, my steering wheel shakes left to right (or right to left) back and forth excessively bad! After getting home, I asked the person who I told to watch my wheel, what was going on or if they could see anything... They said the front passenger side wheel/tire was wobbling like mad! On the way home, I tryed getting up to freeway speeds (incriminating to state that) and it's just too much wobbling and frankly, seems unsafe! What do you all think happened here? Should I keep driving it until I can afford to have it fixed? I am a college student that barely makes the bills (I just don't answer the phone if I don't! Gotta love the texts, right?), so the longer I can put it off, the better! However, I really don't have another vehicle available (minus a bicycle which I should ride more, anyways) so that could cause a problem! But, just let me know what you all think is going on and whether or not I should be worried about driving this? Otherwise, the car is very mechanically sound and I can not afford to buy another car, no matter what! Let me know and I issue much appreciating to anyone who opines on this issue, in advance! Thanks!