In fact, the ubiquitous speed bumps in the city seem to be unremarkable, but they do have a certain impact on the loss of vehicles, especially the suspension system. Let's take a look at the correct response:
1. Passing the speed bump unilaterally is the choice of many car owners. They think this will reduce the damage on one side. In fact, they are right, they are. But you have overlooked a problem. The impact force is all borne by one side. After a long time, the suspension is easily misplaced and deformed, and the four-wheel positioning will also have problems! The tires will also wear out! If you have done this before, it is recommended to do four-wheel positioning in time!
2. The meaning of passing diagonally is relatively simple, that is, the head of the car is tilted and passes in turn. If you pass this way, you will feel that it is really not so bumpy! But the suspension system has uneven stress on both sides! After passing the speed bump, the damage to the spring and shock absorption is actually greater. In this case, the body will also bear the force generated by the speed bump! It's really not a good way!
3. For now, the two-wheel pass is undoubtedly a good way to pass the speed bump! Although you will feel a strong sense of shock, the left and right wheels are contracted and stressed at the same time! The spring and shock absorber bear the force at the same time, whether it is independent or non-independent suspension will not be greatly affected!
The speed belt should be decelerated in advance, so that the wheels on both sides slowly pass the speed belt at the same time, which can play a good role in protecting the chassis of the vehicle. I believe you all know what you are doing after reading it. The wrong way of over-speed bumps is also very damaging to the car, so I suggest you to be careful when passing the speed bumps. Do n’t feel careless or unnecessary.