For dropping the car, I'd definitely get an alignment done. I get mine done at the first tire change that I do while its under my ownership or if I know it is out of alignment through abnormal tire wear or if car pulls to a side or if the steering wheel is off. I'm currently in need of an alignment due to some driving on a rough gravely road with ruts that has made my steering wheel slightly off-center, it doesn't appear to be affecting my mileage at the moment but it can't be good in some way or another.
I'd prefer to get it as exact as possible. Any advice on what type of tire shop to go to get the most accurate alignment. My last car the sheet I got was within spec in the after section but was still off towards the edge of some of the specs, it seems they didn't care how close they got it as long as it met spec. With a car designed for MPG in mind, I refuse to go to someone who won't get it as exact as physically possible, especially for toe.
2000 MT Insight "Silver Sipper"
2000 MT Insight Silver "Clone"