Cast steel speed bumps are very common on urban roads, community toll stations, and high-speed toll stations, to allow drivers to control the speed of the vehicle and ensure the safety of pedestrians. It is usually set up near communities, schools, parking lots, etc. For drivers who often drive, lifting the speed bump may involuntarily tighten the waist. Some drivers also ignore its existence, but don't underestimate it. If you drive improperly for a long time, your car will be greatly damaged.
Today, the Changge City Jiexin cast steel deceleration belt manufacturer introduced the following methods of vehicle over-deceleration:
① Tilt the body through the speed bump
Many drivers think that the car is leaning through the speed bump, the body bounces not so much, so the damage will be relatively small. In fact, when the vehicle body passes obliquely, the swing range of the vehicle body is larger, and it is easier to cause uneven force on the left and right suspension and damage the suspension system. For the entire spring, shock absorber, and the entire body (frame), greater damage and consumption will be produced.
②The body passes through the speed bump on one side
Many car owners have the habit of seeing that there is no speed bump on the left and right sides of the speed bump, they will use one-sided two-wheel method to roll over the speed bump.
But in fact, in this way, the impact force is completely borne by the suspension on one side, which greatly increases the impact on the one-side suspension. This operation for a long time will affect the one-side suspension, resulting in suspension misalignment, Deformation can even cause deviations in wheel alignment, so this approach is not correct.
③ Pass the speed bump vertically and quickly
Of course, some car owners ignore the existence of speed bumps, and rapid passing will have a great impact on the suspension of the vehicle. After the suspension is retracted, the downward rebound will be greater, and there will be damage to it for a long time. If the speed bump is high and the vehicle speed is fast, it will have too much impact on the vehicle's suspension, and the phenomenon of "knocking" the chassis will also occur.
④ Stepping on the brake and passing the speed bump
When the brakes decelerate, the center of gravity of the body will move forward. If you step on the brakes and pass the deceleration belt, then all the body weight will be pressed on the front wheels, which will cause the vehicle's front shock absorber to be compressed again in the compressed state, which will not only damage the shock absorber It's too big and can't alleviate the vibration.