Now it can be said that many places have speed bumps, and they are mostly concentrated in the community, at school intersections, or in places with high traffic. Many people don't care about the speed reduction belt, but just think it serves as a reminder of speed reduction, but in fact, passing the speed reduction belt is also tricky. If you are not careful, it is likely to cause some damage to your car's suspension system. Xiaobian summarized the wrong way of overspeeding. Did you win?
1, the body leans through the speed reduction belt
Many car owners believe that the car leans through the speed reduction belt, and the body bounce is not so large, so the damage will be relatively small. In fact, the body passes obliquely, and the body swings more from side to side, which is more likely 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 breakage costs will be incurred.
2, the vehicle passes the speed reduction belt on one side
Single side speed bump is the choice of many car owners. Many owners have a habit of seeing that the length of the speed reduction belt does not cover the entire road, and there is still room on the left and right sides. If there is no speed reduction belt, they will be rolled over the speed reduction belt with one side and two wheels. They feel that this can reduce injuries on one side. In fact, they are right, that is indeed the case. However, one problem is ignored. The impact force is all borne by one side. For a long time, the suspension is easily dislocated and deformed, and the four-wheel positioning will also have problems! The tires also wear out! If you have done this before, it is recommended to do four-wheel alignment in time! Because this approach is also incorrect.