Why can't I cross the speed bump at an angle

Update:25-09-2020
Summary:

 In order to better allow the driver to control the spe […]

 In order to better allow the driver to control the speed of the car and ensure the safety of pedestrians, we can see the presence of speed bumps in residential areas and most crowded places. Many drivers disagree with the existence of speed bumps. In fact, passing the speed bumps in an incorrect way for a long time will have a great impact on the vehicle, and it may cause "concealed injuries" to the car. Let me introduce why you can't drive at an angle. Deceleration zone:
   Everyone can realize that the bumpy and bouncing feeling of the car is relatively large when it is vertical. Leaving diagonally, it feels like the car does not bounce so much, but the swing is larger. In most people's eyes, most cars are more comfortable driving diagonally than vertically. From the perspective of the structure of the car body and suspension, the action of the car passing the speed bump is the compressed movement of the wheels (including the suspension) between the ground and the body.
   Vertically through the speed bump, the left and right wheels contract at the same time, the force from the ground is shared by the springs and shock absorbers of the two wheels, and is not affected by independent or non-independent suspension. At this time, the body is mainly subjected to up and down. In other words, the body will be slightly twisted. Therefore, if the speed bump is obliquely passed, the spring, shock absorber and the entire body (frame) will actually cause greater damage and consumption. .
  This can explain why it is more comfortable to cross the speed bumps at an angle, because in addition to the suspension and tires, the body also absorbs a certain amount of vibration, so that the vibration transmitted to the human body is slowed down. You should know that long-term driving like this will cause "dark damage" to the frame, especially for models that are not of good quality.

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