I own a 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan and have a set of brand new General all season tires on it. I had the van aligned as well, tires balanced, all was good. Then I noticed that the van would drift toward the left. Even when I stepped on the gas from a dead stop, I could visually see the steering wheel begin to go the left, slightly. So I brought it back to the shop and the crossed the fronts and this drifting stopped. Both wheels are in good shape, rims are not bent. If I have a radial pull, would it be the left or right tire that would cause it to drift left? The guy at the shop said I should just rotate them front to back instead of crossing them from now on so that the fronts stay in the same location.... >???