it may need an alignment or get it checked so you wont wear your tires out if it is . Also , you may want to use the 2 second rule when following another vehicle. You need to keep as much room as you need in front of you in case the vehicle in front of you locks its wheels up because of dogs, deer, children and such , you never know when something may happen to the car in front of you , as you found out. Watch the car in front of you pass a pole, then count out "one thousand one, one thousand two,..." until you get to that pole.You should have counted 2 seconds or more. If you count less than two seconds , you are traveling too closely to the vehicle in front.
Toyota Tacoma: The A-10 Warthog and Huey helicopter of trucks
Love or hate Glocks but the ease of complete disassembly and reassembly is a marvel of engineering compared to almost all others.
If I had two pieces of advice , I'd say leave your finger off the trigger until ready to fire and always follow behind other cars at a reasonable and safe distance to where you can stop safely if the car in front of you had to slam on it's brakes.