Question by  ricky404 (0)

Does the air in an air-sealed car move upon impact?

To illustrate my question: if a fly were flying in the middle of the car before impact, would it move upon impact


Answer by  Brandon55 (1719)

The air in a car does indeed move forward with the car, however a bug suspended in the air may go backwards if you hit the breaks. Since objects in motion tend to stay in motion, air moves forward but compresses in the front of the car. A bug would then be flung backward because the air has to uncompress.


Answer by  shiny807 (99)

If a car is traveling with windows up, In the centre of vehicle is not touching anything the air and the bird humming, it is go forward or stay in the car middle.

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