Deceleration belt is very common, in schools, residential areas, traffic intensive sections, generally will install deceleration belt. Deceleration belt is a safety setting. Many drivers don't care much about it. How can we pass the deceleration belt without hurting the car? It is estimated that many drivers do not pay much attention to this. High speed through the deceleration belt will bring a lot of damage to the vehicle's suspension system, even if the one-sided tire through the way will also have a lot of impact on the suspension system. If you pass through the deceleration belt in an incorrect way for a long time, it may bring "hidden damage" to the car, resulting in noise and loose feeling of the car earlier. The following car consign which logistics is good to introduce to you.
1. Don't slant over the speed bump
We can all realize that the car is bumpy and bouncing when it's vertical. I feel that the car doesn't bounce so much when I pass obliquely, but the swing range is larger. In most people's eyes, most cars are more comfortable when I pass obliquely than when I pass vertically. From the structure of the car body and suspension, the movement of the car passing the deceleration belt is the compression movement of the wheel (including suspension) between the ground and the car body. The force from the ground is shared by the springs and shock absorbers of the two wheels, and is not affected by the independent or non independent suspension forms. At this time, the car body mainly bears up and down. In other words, the car body will be slightly twisted, so slanting over the speed reduction belt will cause greater damage and consumption to the springs, shock absorbers and the whole car body (frame). This can explain why it is more comfortable to cross the deceleration belt obliquely, because in addition to the suspension and tires, the car body also absorbs certain vibration, so that the vibration transmitted to the human body is reduced. You know, long-term driving like this will bring "hidden damage" to the frame, especially for the model with poor quality.
2. Don't bypass the speed bump on one side
The reason for this is basically the same as above. Often driving friends will go around the gap on the right side of the deceleration belt when passing the deceleration belt, let the wheels on one side pass through the deceleration belt, and the wheels on the other side pass through the gap. In fact, this is wrong. If one side of the deceleration belt is often bypassed, the alignment misalignment of one side of the front wheel will obviously exceed that of the other side, that is to say, there will be a phenomenon that one side is high and the other side is low. In this way, the tire, suspension and steering gear will be impacted. In the long run, the car will be damaged. If the wheel deviates, four-wheel alignment should be done in time to reduce tire wear and increase driving safety.
3. Don't go over the speed bump
Especially for vehicles with low chassis, when passing through the deceleration belt, remember to control the speed. If the vehicle passes through the deceleration belt, it will cause certain impact to the vehicle, but if the speed is low, it will control the impact within the range that the vehicle can bear. But once passing at high speed, it will increase the impact and cause damage to the vehicle. Most of the time, the reason why it is easy to support the bottom when passing vertically is that the speed is too fast, which leads to a large downward rebound after the suspension shrinks, and the "knock" to the bottom plate can be avoided by slowing down the speed.
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