Why Does Your Body Wants to Keep Going Forward When the Car Stops?

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Your body wants to keep going forward when the car stops because of inertia. This is the law of physics that states that an object in motion tends to stay in motion until it comes in contact with another force. Since there is nothing holding back most of your body weight, your body wants to move forward. This motion is lessened by the use of a seat belt.
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