this answer may very depending on exactly where on the side you are hit at- if in the middle then your body would move toward the way the car was facing but if it was near the back of the car on the opposite side of the driver then you would move in a diagonal way -look up the laws of motion if not familiar with then and draw a visual diagram to help you understand where you would move
No. Unless they're given permission from the owner of the other vehicle, they can only legally enter and move the vehicle they have an order for repossession on. If they move another vehicle, they're guilty of a criminal offense.
move away from the coming thing
If there ios a person, another vehicle or a large object blocking the forward movement of the vehicle it wold be unsafe to move stopped vehicle.
When the tow truck makes contact with another vehicle it is in possession of that tow/repo company. If they connect to another vehicle to "move" it they are in possession of that vehicle without cause or permission. This is technically a stolen auto at that time. It is NOT legal to move other vehicles to get to another. A good repossession agent with proper use of his tools can get a vehicle out of even the most tightly squeezed places. Before you accuse a repo agent of "stealing" a vehicle, make sure he actually did!!!
A 3 day permit to move vehicle from one place to another To be able to drive vehicle for 3 days.
It is possible to move a car DVD Player from one vehicle to another but you will need to really know what you are doing unless youhie someone else to do it.
If there was nothing the driver could do to avoid hitting the debris and then it struck another vehicle, then I would say 'no". If you going 70 mph on the freeway and cannot move over to another lane due to traffic, etc. there was nothing the driver could do to avoid it.
The absence of Cilia can be extremely harmful. They don't help just one part of the body but the body as a whole. It helps move fluid move from area of the cell to another. It is what helps the cells move through the body.