why would driver side tire make clunking noise? also why would the drive side tire waer outside in? and when you drive over 15 car go all over the road?
It would mean one of your suspension components has failed on that side, such as a ball joint or tie rod end or strut. Your local mechanic can easily check this and replace the part in question. The other side of the car should also have the same part replaced as suspension parts should be replaced in pairs, and you will need an alignment after the part has been replaced. maybe even new tires since the driver side tires is worn different than the passenger.
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