Pls feel free to correct me guy,s but is there not a MAX legal height of 100mm for these speed bumps ?????
I can remember a TV program where someone took legal action against the council for damage to their car.
My 2p worth
Best regards Alan
is right. Get the bump measured and have sth there as scale. to show the size of the offender.
Then get a nice new bumper from the council.
I know a guy that sells a rubber lip to go on the spolier bottom that helps take some of the impact away from the bumper as his car is major low as well.
It sticks out at the front and helps the car ride over.
Kind of hard to explain but it is softer then the plastic and absorbs much more impact.
PM me if int and I can put you in touch.
Can you find out what the legal regulations are. i.e. size plus the associated regulation number. There are certain roads I can't even drive down around here, even if I take a 45 degree angle of attack. It would really be useful - thanks.
Can you let me know the details of the lower rubber lip, I think I might need one. I'm on my fourth lower spoiler in three years.
OK I can get a few of these if people ARE interested.
so basically this sits under the lower spoliers and acts as a guard to the spolier. it absorbs the impact and takes most of the wear and tear.
I will try and get a pic of this in the meantime.
more people = more economies of scale and cheaper price.
Looks as if we have a few int and I have tried to get a picture of this...not the greatest but you will see it on the bottom of the front spoiler and it sticks out for added horizontal protection against the nasty kerbs.
As said it also helps to protect the spolier against any whacks.