Rolling friction causes a car to stop.
Because a car weighs a lot less than a train - therefore it takes less force to stop the car.
Friction causes the bike to slow down.
It takes less force to stop a train than to stop a car.
There are several ways to force an car engine to stop. One way to force the engine to stop is to disconnect the battery. Another way to force the engine to stop is to turn off the ignition.
the brakes use friction to stop the car
The jump is caused by G forces. The car is moving and you stop the car, but you dont stop right away. You keep going until another force acts upon you, which is yourself and gravity. This applies to the car too. First the brakes stop the wheel, then the wheel stops the axles... and so on. This causes the "jumping forward".
The same amount of force required to push the car.
The force of gavity on car exerts friction on the wheels and axle that eventually stop the car from exerting forward force.