Yes, it could. Perhaps an alignment check is in order. That should answer the question.SPeacock said:Could it be toe-in?
Too much negative toe (toe-in) would make the steering too responsive to turn input. Not enough, or even positive toe, would tend to make it wander.
Just keep in mind that the Insight has responsive steering, but with the relatively narrow tires and F/R track differential, it tends to follow road grooves, etc, much more than other cars.