So the car is on the road, ahead of the truck? Why would the truck braking have any effect on the car?I am not talking about the truck braking and forcing the car to skid. I only spoke of a situation where the car is back from the ramp onto the road and at that instant when the car is free from the truck, the truck brakes...
Oh, I see. Well, the truck would have to be a few hundred yards long for the car to be able to accelerate to 65mph wrt the truck and it would still have to deal with wind resistance, but I suppose it could do it. Once it got back on the road, it would need a large increase in power output to maintain the speed, but there would be no sudden, rapid deceleration.The scenario I was reffering to is different. Well if the ramp is long enough, and the car//bike or object on top of the ramp, accelerates and reaches a speed of 65 on the ramp. then when it comes down from the ramp on the other side, of a ramp structured as /TTT\, this was the condition that I had expressed my views on.. and not of the instant when the car climbs on the ramp, even then when u dont ease off the accelerator, the car will experience a thrust on the ramp, if u dont decelerate or change gears while going up the ramp. Kind of like when u lift he back wheels (not talking about front wheel drives and 4 wheel drives) accelerate and then let the car//bike back wheel down.