I have a 2017 CR-V (bought new). Just had it inspected, and the garage said I needed to rotate the tires and get an alignment. For a variety of reasons, I didn't trust them (this was the first time I'd been there). So I took the car to a local auto alignment company that was BBB-accredited and had an A+ rating. They said the tires were worn in such a way that there were "waves" on them, and if they rotated the tires, I would get a thump thump thump while driving. They said the car needed adjustable camber kits, and quoted an astronomical figure to install them. They said it was a common problem with the CR-V. I replied that I couldn't afford it ... see ya later. They charged me $60 for a front-end alignment even though they didn't rotate the tires. Okay ... full disclosure: I am a stereotype. I don't know cars and I don't WANT to know cars. I have other talents. Consequently, I end up being cheated a lot. Can someone please tell me if any of this sounds reasonable? Thanks!