I recently got my vehicle's front right suspension replaced by some mechanics. Before driving off from the mechanics I had a look at the front and noticed that the right wheel (driver's side) has the top slightly pointing outwards (positive camber) and the left wheel was vertical (no angle visible to the eye). Part of the job included wheel alignment. The vehicle drives straight without hands on the streering wheel, before it would go left.
Is this difference on the angle normal/acceptable? Or should I call these guys asking them to fix it?