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If your suspension has been checked and nothing found wrong, then I would recommend four-wheel tracking.
I had mine done at a tyre centre (Bathwick tyres, if this helps; I'm not keen on KwikFit).
Be aware some places say they are doing 4-wheel, but only do front-wheel.
The 4-wheel should also centre your column (and turning lights?) so you wheel will be straight, the indicators will cancel symmetrically, and the feel of the wheel will be "right". (See my comments on this thread
Expect a bill up to 40 GBP (compared with 20 for two-wheel) but it can make a world of difference (both to the tyres and to the feel of the car.
Currently in Tolak's garage:
2001 Laguna II 1.9 dCi Dynamique, 1993 Clio Williams, (1999 SLK230, now gone), 2007 A4 cabriolet