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On June 5, 2017, the sequel to Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 was announced for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, which consists of Mega Man 7, Mega Man 8, Mega Man. 9 and Mega Man X.Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 is subtitled Legacy. It is currently available on Steam and the PlayStation Store.
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Is it possible for a car to roll down a slope on its own without being in a front wheel drive vehicle?
I was curious to know if it is possible for a car to roll downhill, or if it is the front wheel drive or rear wheel drive that would make it an event.
I had an experience once where I was driving up a small hill in my Honda civic, and as the car was climbing the hill the car started moving backwards and i had to step on the brakes to stop the car from rolling back into the road. I didn’t see anyone else driving the road at the time. I was worried if it was a defect in the car. In the end the car was not damaged, but it kind of bugged me that this could have happened.
A friend mentioned that it is possible to roll cars backwards on slopes without being in a front or rear wheel drive car. Is this true? And if so, are there any descriptions of exactly how it happens.
I’ve never seen anything like this, but I’ve heard stories about this happening. When I was growing up, my Dad would go to work in the morning, and the headlights would be shining off down the hill that he would be driving down from our house. If someone tried to stop his car, it would go backwards.
The mechanism here is that the front wheels are turning faster than the back wheels, so if you turn the wheels in the other direction, you’d put the center of gravity forward and lose traction.
From a quick Google search, I can find no evidence that this has ever been documented in any practical setting, but it’s a hypothesis that might be worth testing.
I did not witness such a thing, but I have read about it. Here is the original article by Sam Streeter: Wikipedia: Sam Streeter
The underlying principle is that the front of the car is “slipping backwards”.
When you are traveling backwards, you are further back then when you are traveling forwards (because the car in front has slowed down). By that, the wheels in the back continue to turn, while the wheels in front move more slowly.
You have to expect that the tire in the front would have less traction, so the car will pull