What happens to Your car if you park on the grass. ? Does any part of your car brakes.?
Every time I park on the grass the wheels slow down. The tires loose their speed. ?
Probably because the tires sink into the softer ground under the grass. As they form a pair of ruts, the extra friction alongside the tread slows the rotation of the tires, and the forward movement of the car.
Parking there probably slows the growth of the grass as well.
When you park on the grass, or when you're actually in the grass? Obviously, grass has a lot more friction than road surface, so the car will require more power to move than on a road. Other than that, unless there's mud caked on the tires or something -- no, parking on grass doesn't hurt the car and it'll continue running as it should on whatever surface you're on.
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