a car is moving towards north what will be the direction of force of friction acting on this car due to the surface of the road

 As friction acts in a direction opposite to that of the motion, the frictional force ont he car will act towards the south. Hope that helps!!!!

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To the south becouse friction always act's in the opposite side of relative motion.

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To the south because, friction takes place between objects which oppose eachothers motion.

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Frictional force always acts on the opposite direction..so that the direction will be south..hope my ans helps u swarnna baranwal!!
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No i think the force of friction will be in north contact me 7051310177
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Always the force due the friction on a car moving in a north direction is in south direction,because the frictional force is always in a opposite direction to which the object moves.
 
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Always frictional force acts against motion.
Since the car is moving towards north,
Friction acts opposite to the motion of car ,i.e.,SOUTH.

[ACTUALLY,the frictional force acts southward on the forewheels and northward on the back wheels..]

 
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Frictional force always acts against motion.
Since the car is moving towards north,
Friction acts opposite to the motion of car ,i.e.,SOUTH.
[ACTUALLY,the frictional force acts southward on the forewheels and northward on the back whee
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The car is moving towards north then in south direction the friction will act on this car due to the surface of road because the frictional force is always in opposite direction to which the object moves
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