• Why can't I cross the speed bump at an angle

    Why can't I cross the speed bump at an angle

     In order to better allow the driver to control the speed of the car and ensure the safety of pedestrians, we can see the presence of speed bumps in residential areas and most crowded places. Many drivers disagree with the existence of speed bumps. In fact, passing the speed bumps in an incorrect wa... read more

    Sep 25,2020 News
  • Introduction to common types of speed bumps

    Introduction to common types of speed bumps

    Speed ​​bumps are transportation facilities that are installed on highways to slow down vehicles passing by. They are generally installed at road crossings, industrial and mining enterprises, residential communities and other road sections where vehicles need to slow down and road sections that are ... read more

    Sep 18,2020 News
  • Points to note when you want to buy a good speed bump

    Points to note when you want to buy a good speed bump

    Speed ​​bumps are mainly used on the ground at urban intersections, highway crossings, toll passages, entrances and exits such as garden communities, parking lots, garages, gas stations, and up and down slopes. Many people are used to it, but many people are not very clear about how to buy it. The f... read more

    Sep 12,2020 News
  • What are the product characteristics of rubber speed bumps

    What are the product characteristics of rubber speed bumps

    The rubber speed bump is designed according to the principle of the angle between the tire and the special rubber on the ground when the car is running. It is made of special rubber and is set at the entrance of highway crossings, industrial and mining enterprises, residential quarters and other ent... read more

    Sep 04,2020 News
  • What are the characteristics of the ideal speed bump?

    What are the characteristics of the ideal speed bump?

    The setting of speed bumps will reduce the driver's driving safety and ride comfort expectations, prompting the driver to choose a lower expected speed. Under the guidance of the expected speed, the driver will actively drive the vehicle to approach and pass the speed bump at a lower driving speed. ... read more

    Aug 28,2020 News
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