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  • Aditya Bodykit
    We here at Oxford Auto & Tire can answer that question quickly and easily: Your steering wheel is off-center when you're driving straight because your wheels aren't aligned correctly. This is one sign of a bad wheel alignment, and you might notice the steering wheel is crooked right after you've had the wheels aligned.15 Aug 2020
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