Consider a case where 2 people are in a car driving in a straight line at sufficient speed. At some point the driver takes an abrupt 90 degree right turn and owing to reasons attributed to Newton’s first law the co-passenger swerves into the driver (i.e. to the left). My question is why doesn’t the driver feel as much swerve as felt by the co-passengers to the left (towards his door)? Is that because he is firmly holding the wheel? Or is it that I am not a keen observer? Thanks in advance for any convincing answers.