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As the tire is turning, does the piece of tire that is coming into contact with the road actually stop for a very minute amount of time in relation to the road as it makes contact. A friend of mine is saying it has to otherwise it could not get grip or traction. Will this also make a difference if the tire is being driven or not. IF the tire doesnt stop at all when it is touching the road then surely the wheels will just be spinning and there will be no grip or traction
Re: Does a tire stop when it makes contact with the road?
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