Yes, all motion is relative. The question "is this object moving?" is in fact meaningless unless we specify "moving relative to what other object". Similarly, there is no such thing as "absolute rest": it's just as true to say that the road is moving at 50 km/h relative to your car as it is to say that your car is moving at 50 km/h relative to the road.
Einstein reputedly said: "what time does Oxford arrive at this train".
all motion is relative to something
In essence, all motion is relative to something. In genereal, motion is relative to the earth, but it depends on what context you are looking for.
All motion is relative to yourself, as there is no fixed point anywhere in our universe, as it is all traveling away from the center of the big bang. But if we ever find where the bigbang happened, that would be where all motion is relative to
Relative motion is the concept that the motion of all objects is relative to other objects. If you are sitting still right now you are not moving relative to the earth, however you are moving relative to sun.
When its position is changing relative to our position. Note: all motion is relative to something else.
relative motion is predominantly horizontal (fault)
Because there is no such thing as 'real' motion. All motion is relative to something.
Motion is relative to an observer's frame of Reference.
motion is realtive
At rest and in motion are relative terms. When we say 'in motion' or 'at rest' we mean relative to something else. If you were travelling in a car for instance, you would be at rest relative to the car but in motion relative to the outside world.