Hi guys, some of you might remember me when i was moaning about my car having poor control on bad roads, and it seemed to want to follow the road, rather then where my hand was steering it. Well i've solved the problem (finally got time off uni) and it was the passenger side wheel. it had (ALOT) of bumps and lumps on the inner tyre, (which funnilly enough, was a bridgestone tyre) got it replaced with bridgestone ones again, and the car drives like a dream But he the mechanic brought my attention to something, but he couldn't quite pinpoint the problem himself. The car was on the ramp, and he full lock the wheels to the right, and showed me that the driver's side wheel was kinda loose. Basically he could judder it, in and out. He told me this may have something to do with the wishbone or one of the alignment arms. I'm thinking to take it to my local MB specialist to see what the problem really is, but the kwikfit mechanic told me its kinda dangerous to drive on motorways... even though it feels absolultely perfect in terms of handling. but anyways i'm glad i got it fixed, i didnt need to put a hole in my pocket for new alloys, just cost me £130 for that tyre and that was that!