If your steering wheel isn't shaky at speed, then most likely its not bent. The alignment will determine whether you cause any damage to the suspension. So get that done first, then post your results here.
I think it is dangerous to use these damaged tires again, the steelt belt inside could be damaged an rust could occure even inside the rubber.I put my car on stands today to try to assess the damage. The two driver's side wheels are toast but the tires are okay so I just ordered new rims.
Does the AT has its own dipstick to check the fluid level?I've known for a while my transmission case gasket has a slight leak but I wonder if the impact worsened it.
That tire clearly has a damaged sidewall and needs to be replaced. In my case, the wheel took the brunt of the hit and the tire is fine aside from some abrasions. I actually slid sideways into the curb so there was much less stress on the tire sidewall than if I ran over it at a perpendicular approach. ATF level is fine and there are no drips on my driveway.I think it is dangerous to use these damaged tires again, the steelt belt inside could be damaged an rust could occure even inside the rubber.
Does the AT has its own dipstick to check the fluid level?