Friday, June 19, 2009

Don't you mean "Speed Bump Ahead" Correction!

After being informed that there was a difference between a 'speed bump' and a 'speed hump', I did some more research and found out that speed humps are often implemented as a 'municipal solution' where as speed bumps are used in a more residential/private area. ( Also, the dimension for a speed bump is around a foot wide where as the 'hump' can range from a few feet to as many as 14 feet. Very interesting. Thanks to Josh Taylor,, for pointing this out -- now instead of cracking up in the morning, I try to guess how wide the hump is. (ha).

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