Well - the obvious answer is - because a car weighs less than a bus !
It's easier to push a car because the force needed to push it is less.
Essentially you're looking at F = ma acceleration, a = the same for both vehicles. The mass, m of a bike is much less than that of a car therefore; The required force to push a bike is much less than that required for a car. Therefore it's easier to push a bike.
you step back because it's easier to push the car.
depends on what car you're comparing to what bus.
The bus is longer than the car
Acar is faster than any bus
ya motor bike is quite easier to ride than car
because it makes its easier for the engine to push the car through the air.
A small car. The bus has a large flat area in the front that'd be perpendicular to the airflow which makes the air push the bus back. The small car has a smoother surface with curves to allow the air to just flow past it.
The car would need to have more velocity than the school bus.
It is already in motion and therefore needs less force.
Yes because a car doesn't have to stop at every stop