Your driving conditions can affect your wheel alignment. When driving down poor road conditions filled with potholes and hit the curbs the vehicle alignment is affected your alignment can be affected. Bad roads can be your wheels’ worst enemy. If you drive down poorly maintained roads, drive through pot holes, or even hit a curb, your alignment can be greatly affected.
If your tyre alignment is affected it can cause your tyres to wear out faster. So always make sure to check for wheel alignment after a few thousand kilometres of driving.