Yesterday, after refuelling at one of my local gas stations, I was leaving the station and I was eager to make a difficult left turn as I could tell I had clearance so I went for it not realizing my course went straight over the curb (it was dark, the station was poorly lit and the curb cutout was virtually impossible to discern, at least to my eyes). Now this wasn't a gigantic curb, but it wasn't a little curb where you would barely notice driving over it. The car went plop as each set of wheels went over the curb, but thankfully I didn't feel any scraping. When I take my car in for service in a couple weeks for an unrelated issue, should I ask that they inspect everything that could have been affected, if for nothing else then just for my piece of mind? It is a new car after all, and as such, barring some unforeseen incident the wheels, tires, and suspension, etc. won't be seeing any maintenance for quite a long while and I wouldn't want to be driving around on misaligned wheels or worse all that time.