Trying to understand what happens upon impact to the metal of a car that is stopped (Vehicle 1)when another car's driver's side rear (Vehicle 2) impacts the stationary car . Vehicle 2 is a heavier, larger car and is moving in reverse at approximately 10-15 MPH. The impact site on Vehicle 1 is just in front of the passenger side wheel well. There is a small dent and a large scrape on Vehicle 1. Vehicle 2 sustains minor damage, mostly scrapes. From a physics perspective, it it possible for vehicle 2 to ride up slightly on the front fender of vehicle 1 at the time of collision? Trying to explain why when the vehicles are separate, the impact and scrapes on vehicle 1 are approximately 2 -3 inches higher than those on vehicle 2. Any explanation?