Caster- Specifically, This is the orientation of your steering axis when viewed from the sides. If you have a positive caster, it will tip the steering axis toward the driver. On the other side, a negative caster means the steering axis is tilting toward your car’s front.
Toe angle- Toe alignment is the degree to which your tyres turn inwards or outwards when viewed from above. If your cars toe in and toe out are beyond the expected angle, you will significantly wear-out your tyres.
Camber angle- Its aids in keeping the steering wheel in a stable position. From the front of the car, this is the tyre’s inward or outward angle. Too much inward or outward tilt, also referred to as negative and positive camber, reveals incorrect alignment.