So a few hours ago the car alarm went off for no reason. I thought it was for no reason until I saw that the rear view mirrors were pushed flat. But no one was in sight so I thought either the alarm scared the person off or it just went off by itself.Well it happened again about 10 minutes ago and I was wondering why it could be going off if no one is trying to steal it or anything.What things could trigger a car alarm?
The vehicle density does not change with speed. What can happen is if a vehicle passes over a speed bump, the wheels may exert a very high force to change the trajectory of the vehicle. The inverse, if the vehicle passes over a hole, the wheels won’t touch the ground for a while. Hope this properly answers your question
First and most helpful thing to do is to take a hunter's safety course. Some states require it. In the class you will learn about gun safety, hunting regulations and hunting etiquette. I take one every 6 years or so just to keep me up to date. If you call your local high school, they should be able to tell you when the next class is. Unless you live in Manhattan, then you may want to contact the DNR.