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"...Speed bumps for example. Because some drivers attempt to by-pass them by going on the “wrong” side of the road, they’re installed on both sides, just to make sure everybody has to reduce speed. To make sure they’re effective, some residential areas even use speed tables and speed humps, both designed to force drivers press the brake pedal. Beside the traffic signs we were talking about, some authorities even use raised pedestrian crossings and juncti..." Continue Reading →
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