My car got towed in the town of Quincy, Massachusetts for violating a snow removal policy.
I had driven there a couple of days earlier to visit my sister from New York City. I was
not aware of such a policy, neither was she apparently. In any case, the car was towed by
local establishment and I paid 130 dollars to have the car back. Immediately, I noticed the car didn’t
track straight (when previously it did.) To go straight the steering wheel has to be turned 90 degrees. I thought it was possible that the snow slush on the
road was the reason. When I drove the car home, some half mile away, I got out and looked
at the car (the steering is placed perfectly straight ahead.) While the driver’s side
front wheel appeared to be perfectly pointing straight ahead, the passenger front wheel was
turned at an angle. I believe this is called toe-out, I would estimate the degree to be about
5 degrees out. SO, I called the shop that towed my car and they told me to bring it in tommorrow morning.
SO, that’s the story.
The question is, how do you think I should handle this to get them repair it properly?
Any tips? Is this something easy? Do they just pop it back into place? Do parts need to be replaced?