May be Ganges. But i am avoiding a dedicated trip to TASS for now. As per the symptoms of even wearing of pads of one tire, it doesn't look likely that pair of caliper are out of sync. I would instead prefer to go to TASS & have a checkup when i have an official schedule in that direction. May be next 10-15 days, I will update on development & findings. Also as i clarified above, it doesn't drags towards left when it is braked. It keeps straight with astonishing stability like an arrow & no complaint what so ever till now. The minor left steering is when steering is left "FREE" under it's own control & doesn't involve any braking actions. I came to understood that's inherent factory setting as default alignment of FIAT vehicles. Due to this slight tilt in factory alignment, the left tire's pad may have more directed weight to stop as compared to right one. Hence more wear than right tire's pad. However, this slight tilting towards left doesn't cause any imbalance in case of hard braking. That's my take as of now & to confirm it further, i suggested you too to specifically compare pads of left tyre & right tyre. May be that would help to reach to any conclusion. Again, that slight thrumming of steering could be the drawback of this slight variation in pad's wearing which should be common in all FIAT cars once the pads gets older. I have read enough such cases on TFI only including your's. However, pls don't associate the steering thrumming with the directional lose during hard braking. When i am referring steering thrumming, it just steering thrumming only & that's too at very high speeds!