Man, tonight I was driving on a four lane road and I had to hit the brakes going pretty fast. This would've been great had my ABS been working lately. I had the car under control as far as steering, I had it turned right, it just went straight. Unfortunately, the ABS brakes haven't been working for quite some time, and my wheels locked up. There were skid marks probably 60-75 feet up to the curb, and by the time I realized the brakes had locked and responded, I had alread hit the curb on the left side. I side swiped it, sorta, it was probably 15 degrees or so. But the skid marks even after were like 20-30 feet. I was moving pretty quick, probably 40-65MPH on impact easy, I'm not sure how well I got stopped before I hit. I have an accord with directional rims that protrude out, they're kibda rare, but factory, and I know the left front's shot. The left rear hit too, but it's not gashed as bad. Now, I need to know what kind of problems I might now have. It's pulling to the right big time, I'm getting vibrations, and working at a tire store I know it could be flat spots on the tires from skidding, or just the bent rim, I don't know what it takes to put a flat spot in a rim (I was braking from 90-100 or so though). But I haven't messed ith the suspension on honda before, I don't know if side impact would bend tie rod ends, or bust the axles or anything, I'm assuming I'll have to have it realigned, but beyond that, I don't know. What would be susceptable to breaking/bending in there?