I went to the Honda Mall of Georgia dealership a couple of Saturdays ago to get the oil changed. I ended up paying $500.00 before I left. They told me that the right side of my car was so out of alignment that it had damaged the two right tires to the point that they needed replacement. So after the oil change, tire rotation, buying and installing two tires, and an alignment it was $500.00. Iâ€™m not sure I needed all that but I know nothing about cars and felt so taken advantage of that I was afraid that if I told them to just put my car back together and forget the repairs theyâ€™d throw it back together where it would fall apart a mile down the road so I agreed to the repairs. But here is the thing, I never felt any drift or difficulty steering my car. Itâ€™s a 2008 Honda CRV with less than 18,000 miles on it. I told them I never felt any drift and was told that was a myth that the steering would drift if the car was out of alignment and that the suspension was so good it would have covered it. I find that hard to believe. Plus if the car was really that badly damaged and there were no symptoms or signs I no longer feel safe in it. Suppose I had been driving down the interstate at 70MPH when the two right tires blew? So three questions: 1. Could the car have been that badly out of alignment to have damage the tires without me noticing it? 2. If just the right side of the car was that bad out of alignment does that suggest something wrong with the basic frame of the car which I suggested and told them that should be under warranty but they told me that nothing that was wrong was under warranty. 3. Does anyone know an honest mechanic or car repair place because Iâ€™m through with Honda dealers?