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Speed bumps kill!

Postby Shadgrind » Thu Dec 01, 2016 9:46 am

So they now say! So, it has come to light that accelerating and decelerating between bumps causes more pollution than keeping up a steady speed between them. Personally like a good few of us I can't keep up a steady speed for fear of losing the underside of my car! And I'm not that low.

So the pollution kills more people than the bumps directly save. I recon that if the want extra road workers to help remove them, I'm in!
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Re: Speed bumps kill!

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Re: Speed bumps kill!

Postby blackyb » Fri Dec 02, 2016 3:06 pm

Couldn't agree more, to go to my sons in the MX we have to go the long way around as we end up dragging our underside over the dammed speed humps, so how is that saving the climate, making me drive an extra half mile??
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