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I took a real nice car that drove fantastic in for just an oil change and a new tyre. I just wanted a basic oil and oil filter change, so i paid £49.99 online for the oil filter and oil change. I also wanted a slow puncture sorted, so I took the car in and after being told I needed four tyres and the tracking was out, I said no way mate this car has only just had its MOT like 30 miles ago, so how can this be true? So he said: “well it needs one done as its got the inside popping out and he showed me and the tyre was good as new but it did have something in the tread so I agreed he could replace two tyres, so I took two new tyres at a cost of £140 for two new budget tyres and a number plate bulb that he said was a milky colour and another that worked sometimes but not all the time. I thought okay they know best, but I left with a car that could no longer drive straight (steering wheel no longer centre). The car is no longer driving straight, why and how could this happen on a tyre change? I wish I never took the car into kwik fit. I’m not sure my car is even legal now, the steering wheel is at a 10 o’clock position when i’m going straight!!! I’m gutted, I’ve given good money to them. I’m going to trading standards about this and will post as many reviews as I can regarding this (tracking cheat) that kwik fit seem to do, also the extra parts that kwik fit always seem to add. I’m not going to let this lie, I cannot afford this sort of cheat and it needs to be exposed. They have made my car horrible to drive and maybe even against the law to take on the road?