A VIDEO of a white van with something wrong with it has emerged on social media.
The video was uploaded to TikTok by @daveyboygee and has shocked viewers.
The video shows a white van driving with its rear wheels skewed to the right.
Viewers can clearly see one side of the van more than the other as it crabs down the road.
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The video title reads: 'Your van is broken.'
The issue is often called 'dog tracking' and occurs when the rear wheels have been knocked out of alignment.
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If drivers notice this on their car, they should get it sorted out immediately.
Not only will it affect a car's handling, but it will cause tyres to wear unevenly.
This van has probably bumped a kerb while backing up or has driven through a deep pothole.
Aggressive driving, carrying heavy loads, bent or worn suspension/steering parts and accidents can also cause misalignment.
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Viewers were quick to comment on the video.
One said: "I think the subframe is bent."
Another said: "I don't get it, LOL."
While a third pointed out: "Haha. I just realised what's wrong."
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