A car goes faster when you accelerate. It slows down when you brake.
its recommended you put traction control on when driving in icey conditions, the car will still slide if you apply the brakes or accelerate quickly tho
I don't have a car.
Joe felt the car accelerate very quickly.The car's acceleration was impressive.
No. The conditions for Newton's First Law are that there is no acceleration; and these conditions simply don't apply. You need Newton's Second Law for your analysis.
There are many driving conditions that it could be dangerous to accelerate. These include when it is icy, raining, snowing, or if you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Your car should not smoke when I accelerate. Maybe it caught fire because you dropped a cigarette. If my car smokes when I accelerate, it's because the piston rings are loose and oil is getting into the combustion chamber.
Less weight to move and no wind resistance since no atmosphere.
It goes faster
· When you are in a car and push down the pedal, the car will accelerate.
You just press gas pedal :))