I used my scissor jack that came with the car to change the 4 winter tires on my car to 4 summer tires. The car is Toyota RAV4, and after the change, a part of the head of the scissor jack is curved.
Did I just misposition the jack which caused the metal in the head of the jack to bend? I'm worried that the scissor jack might not be durable anymore in a bent state, and since everyone warns not to use the scissor jack for seasonal tire change (apparently, floor jacks are better, although I have my doubts about cheap floor jacks), I have considered purchasing a new scissor jack, and inspecting the car for possible damages in case I mispositioned it. I don't remember if the jack head was curved in this manner when it was new. Should I purchase a new scissor jack and inspect the car for possible damages?