Deciding to install speed humps to slow down vehicle traffic will certainly make things safer for pedestrians. However, whether to use rubber or asphalt in the speed hump construction is an important consideration. Rubber speed humps will need a concrete slab to bolt to because if you bolt straight to asphalt they will soon work themselves loose and come off leaving you with an expensive repair. Adding a concrete slab to fix the speed bumps to is expensive also. Rubber is also much more susceptible to wear. Asphalt speed humps are quick easy to install and give lasting results. Due to their structure they are a lot more cost effective and will cost less in the long term.
23 June 2015