She has a 08 Yaris. She said it looked like lumbar (4x4 or 6x6 wood post). She bent both rims on the passenger side. Called around to salvage yards and they wanted more for used rims than what I purchased new ones for. This is after I walked around the local pull apart looking for the correct wheels and out of the several hundred (maybe thousand) cars, I could not find the 4 lug in 15" steel wheel that were not damaged. The salvage yard uses many of the steel rims to make jack stands that all the cars are resting on.
So new rims, new tires, and off to the alignment shop. I checked the front end and everything seemed to be tight. I just replaced the struts a few weeks back and it needed an alignment anyway. Hopefully the shop doesn’t say I need an entire new something. I plan to take a day off work because I have little faith that the shop will treat my wife fairly. While I am there, I will have my truck alignment checked. I replaced the entire front suspension on the truck several months ago. I don’t think anything is very far off because I used my homemade low tech alignment tools to align the front end after I replaced everything but the big heavy ply truck tires are very expensive to replace. This is more of a confirmation that my homemade tools and method is effective for my future truck alignments.