Speed belts are generally divided into cast steel speed belts and rubber speed belts. Cast steel speed belts are generally used for large and heavy vehicles to enter and exit more places. Therefore, the speed belt has a longer service life and is more suitable for large tonnage vehicles. The disadvantage is that Blunt, the impact on vehicles is relatively large.
The other type of cast steel speed bump manufacturers is rubber speed bumps. Rubber speed bumps are usually set at the entrance of the village. There are many sections in cars and small cars. The advantage of using rubber speed bumps is that the impact on the vehicle is relatively small, and the damage to the suspension of the vehicle The performance facilities are small, and the disadvantage is that when heavy vehicles are damaged, their service life is faster than that of steel castings.
Some people have experience encountering higher speed collisions and leaning through it seems difficult. In fact, the chassis spacing does not change based on your driving angle, unless the angle is tilted more than 45° to create a "cross shaft" effect and make it easier to pass.
Most of the time, the reason why the vertical channel is easy to support the bottom is because the car is too fast, causing the suspension to rebound sharply after contracting and "hit" the chassis, which can avoid deceleration. Moreover, the speed bump cannot be too fast. If you pass so fast for a long time, it will not only accelerate the wear of the tread rubber, cause the car to fall off, and seriously damage the tires, wheels, and chassis suspension.