What happens to the car when driving speed bumpsDecember 11, 2019
Within the experiment, several types of irregularities were tested.
The authors of the YouTube channel Warped Perception have shown what will happen to the car when driving speed bumps at high speed. To do this, they took the Mercedes-Benz E-Class with dismantled body panels and a camera that can shoot in slow-mo.
As part of the Warped Perception experiment, several types of speed bumps were tested in different sizes and materials. It turned out that large irregularities made of concrete are unlikely to damage the car, but when driving small, but more common on the roads, the suspension and the body can be deformed.
Last year, Warped Perception used the same Mercedes to demonstrate how to drive through potholes and potholes. And now the authors argue that the likelihood of damage to the car when driving speed bumps is still lower.
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