Guys, I witnessed something very weird at TASS yesterday. When i compared brake pads of front tires yesterday, the left tire's pads were non existent where as Right tires were pretty much OK with 6-8 mm of pad left on it (good to go for another 3000-4000 KMs). Left tire's were worn out much earlier actually before i even dreamed about it. Now how about this inconsistency? Since brake pedal is common for both the shoes, i hardly have any control which shoe to be used more or less?? The only explanation i could find for this phenomenon was Herbie's comment about general tendency of vehicle steering towards "LEFT" which is a security measure taken by manufacturer. To hell with that measure if it is so. It means my car was stopping due to brake pad of the right tyre alone & i was like aahh aahh wahh wahh, what wonderful brakes, What stopping power:A!! What a mental case, isn't it? It's simple, braking is causing imbalance in your vehicle as 80% of the stopping power is coming from one corner of the car i.e. right tyre. What the hell steering is expected to do if not vibrate?? Anyways, i replaced both of them & immediately steering was ecstasy to hold at any speed under NA braking actions. Took it to a local Tire shop while returning home & got alignment done. Now it's perfect with car moving in straight's only & steering doesn't have any vibration what so ever. I am assured now that there is no other possibility if steering is vibrating under hard braking situation. Solution is obvious IMO. I will inspect the brake pads now after 5000-10000 KMs & check if they are equally worn out on either sides.