We don’t know who had the bright idea of placing two large speed bumps close together. The distance between them seems carefully calculated to inflict maximum damage to the vehicles. The second one hits just as the car lands hard after the first, multiplying the impact. It’s easy to imagine the damage to the vehicle’s suspension caused by such a shock. The images caught at night often show sparks flying after the car scrapes the road.
Miraculously, the channel owner says that no accident happened because of the speedbumps, despite the spectacular flight paths of some of the vehicles in the videos. According to them, there are now 11 years since the speedbumps were installed. Probably they only recently got the idea of making the bumps famous on Youtube since the videos started to appear a little more than a month ago.
Watching cars flying into the air and hard landing on the tarmac must be exceptionally soothing for viewers. We see almost 7k of them subscribed to the channel. The most popular video (although it’s just the same as any other) has nearly 500k views. Many of the videos get a few thousand views, and the one linked below has 9.3k after only one day.