So I purchased a Prius C 3 about a month ago, and ever since day one, I've had a nagging suspicion that the car was pulling to the left a tad. Finally it bugged me so much that I took it into the dealer, and lo and behold, there was a problem. The two front wheels were "pigeon toed" inward (defect from the factory), which they fixed. Now, the car is pulling to the right (when I have the steering wheel set dead-center), however if I let go of the wheel on a flat surface, say, a parking lot, the steering wheel settles at about a 3 degree turn clockwise and goes straight ahead. When I try to move the steering wheel back to "base" position, then it starts turning slightly right. I took it back to the dealer today and they told me nothing more was wrong. In fact, the service guy took me for a drive in my car with him at the wheel and driving down the road, the car was going straight with the wheel more or less level. Am I on crack? Is this normal? Do I forget about "base" on the steering wheel (which I define as "the Toyota Logo is perfectly level and the two yokes with the on-wheel controls are perpendicular"), and just let the car settle straight as it thinks it should? Is the fact that I'm an overweight guy (260lbs) factor into the equation? Part of me wants to take the car to another dealer for a second opinion. Part of me just wants to forget about it and enjoy my car. What should I do?