Hi, One of my front wheel fell off a few days ago, and I am hoping I could get a bit of advice from the forum... I am just trying to make sure I'm not completely mistaken to assess what I should do next really. Basically I am under the impression that there are not many reason why a wheel would fall off a car unless its nuts were not tightened correctly in the first place: is that right? The front wheels have not been touched for a while. There was no sign of any problem for all that time. And then before you know it the wheels fall off. I am thinking that some of the nuts were just tight enough for the wheel to stay in place, and as soon as they finally loosen a tiny bit, then vibration quickly get them off completely. In other words, whether it happens right after the last maintenance, or multiple weeks later, doesn't really matter, it's still caused by the nuts not being tightened enough at the last service. Would you agree? To add to this, the wheel fell off at a track day. Luckily it was making some noise right before it fell off so I was driving quite slowly to assess the situation (although it didn't cross my mind it could be something like a wheel about to fall off!). That means no actual crash, but some damage to be repaired nonetheless. Now I went back to the garage that did the service in question, and even though the initially said track or not made no difference, they now says it does changes everything (e.g. 'if it happened on the road it would be on us, but it was on a track, so very different'). My feeling is that really a wheel should never fall off, at least not without a serious crash, if it was attached to the car correctly in the first place. So track day or not, the issue is still the same -- the track might have accelerated the process, but it would likely have happened anyway, only later (and possibly in a much more dangerous place). Would you agree? Thanks in advance for your answers.