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 prone to traffic accidents. They are used to reduce motor vehicles. , A new type of traffic-specific safety settings for non-motorized vehicle speeds. Here is a detailed introduction to common types of speed bumps:
1. High-speed deceleration belt. High-speed deceleration belts, also called deceleration markings, are made of hot-melt materials. They are friendly to cars and have low bulge, but they can effectively remind the car owner to slow down. Because people are prone to become sleepy during long-term high-speed driving, the speed bumps are also to improve the driving safety of all car owners.
2, rubber or cast iron speed bumps. It usually appears near residential areas in cities and is made of rubber and cast iron materials. It is relatively mild for the car, but the bumps over time are significantly greater than the high-speed speed bumps.
3. Concrete speed bumps. This kind of speed bumps generally appear in the countryside or near the urban-rural junction because of its low cost and its effect. If you drive past the concrete speed bump without slowing down, it will do great damage to the car itself.
There are many types of speed bumps, and different speed bumps are used according to different places of use and different requirements. The ideal speed bump needs to ensure that the vehicle will not lose control when the vehicle passes, and the important parts will not be broken, and it should have high driving and structural safety.