If A Normal Sized Car Ran Over your Toes(Toes not foot) Would it break a toe?

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#4
depends on the size of car, kind of wheel and speed of car, a corvette going 100 km/h probably would, a pinto going 20 km/h probly not.
#7
Yes, it will

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it could go either way
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#10
Does this idiot who gets run over have shoes on?
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Go try?
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#13
i had a Ford Escort go over my foot at 3 km/h, didnt even hurt.
but toes alone...depends what shoe youre wearing, car speed
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#15
My friend said that he once purposely let his dad's car run over his toes, and it didn't hurt at all. It probably just depends on the person, or maybe even the shoe.
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#16
Depends on alot of things. But i know for sure if you had steeleys on it wouldn't.
#17
Not when it happened to me. I got out of the car and a car pulled up beside me and ran over my toes and stoped (it was a parking lot of course) After about 5 seconds they decided to move forward a bit more and my foot was free If you want exact details it was the front right tyre.
#18
With shoes then, I don't know. Depends on several different factors. Car speed, Type of shoe, angle.....
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#19
Go try, also try checking if any damage is observed when the experiment is done but switching the variables a bit. Get this, instead of your toes, use your head.
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#23
If the car was going fast enough for the weight to pass over the toes quickly, I doubt it.

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#24
I was thinking about that exact thing earlier. I'm tempted just to put my left foot under a car.

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Am I wrong in thinking that tyre pressure & car weight would be more important variables than the speed of the car?


A fast car will likely rip your toes off.
#28
no man, i got my foot run over my my mom (stupid) and it didnt do anything. i think its because the weight is dispensed over 4 wheels and the suspension comes into effect :P
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Yes.

Well, unless the car weighs, like, 5 lbs.


well you must be like samuel L in the glassman lol

your toes can take alot more than 5lbs without breaking tbh.
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#35
Happened to me before to.Getting out of the car.Waiting for my dad to drive off and he runs over my toe and i yell and he stops right on top of my toe.Nothing broken just some pain and maybe a bruise.
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#39
I'd say it depends on the shoes, speed, and amount of time on toes.

Say, a car going 1-5 mph would hurt more than a car going 6-10 mph because it would be on your toes longer.

And if you're wearing flip flops it's going to hurt a hell of a lot more. But breakage? I would think so unless the car was going really slow, was really big, or you were wearing flip-flops or something.
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#40
Well a little story about that, the last day of 8th grade a group of us were walking to my friends house cause he had a party. We see our old teacher in a van across the street so we run over cause his window was rolled down. So we are standing there talking and my foot it right under the front wheel, he moves his car a bit cause the passenger in nearly done crossing and it goes right on my toe. It was there for 6 seconds and I was like bitch your on my ****ing foot, and he didn't seem to hear me. So he finally starts moving again and gets off my toes. Nothing happened though they were just number for a minute or so. THE END. So maybe at full speed yes, but not slow speed.
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