I got a new to me 2007 CR-V EX all standard, with 93kms on the clock (58K miles). The car has a full Honda service history, and drives around the town without issue. However, I notice that the steering wheel is off centre and pulling left. Not an issue, I've had it aligned and the toe and thrust angles were out and adjusted to within spec. No longer the pull on the car, and at low speed (e.g. 20 mph) the steering is straight, however at motorway speeds, it's a different story. At higher speeds (>40 mph), the steering wheel has to be held left to keep straight, and the car is twitchy. I mean a simply cruise on the motorway is actually exhausting as I constantly have to adjust the car to go straight. Now, I've checked: 1. Tyre pressure and wear patterns 2. Alignment 3. LCA bushes front and rear (all look ok and seem firm) 4. Tie-Rods - no movement 5. Shocks (no visible leaks) But it still wanders... not I've had countless Honda's include a Gen2 CR-V, Accord, S2000, Insight, Stream, etc and never had this issue. Anyone have any suggestions? The garage says there is no issue, but this wandering cannot be normal. - - - Updated - - - I should add it's the 2.0 petrol with EPS..