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Take it to the alignment shop to get it checked, it could be the typical worn tires or slightly out of adjustment, but I would reccomend getting this fixed asap to save more wear and tear, and if a person doesn't have all the alignment equipment then it is easier(and safer!) to have a pro look at.

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