try swapping the back for the front
Just to give an update, the garage I bought it from today again did the tracking and this time it was 2mm out so this corrected, then they test drove it and again it pulled so they changed the front and rear wheels around to test if this fixed the problem of why it keeps trying to steer right.
This has helped quite a lot, in fact its 100% better but it still tries to steer right on some roads
They thought that maybe an alloy was buckled as when driving they thought they felt something on full wheel reveloutions but this was down played.
They then said that because these tyres were so wide, they wore unevenly and rather than being flat they were almost rippled on the tread ?
So, million dollar question !
The fact that the steering has improved since the tyres have been moved around tells us what ! Any ideas whats going on with her ?
Renault will do a diagnostic check on the ramps for me but it'll cost £82.25 and this dealer doesn't want to pay that when 'he has a garage he uses already and he trusts'