Speed bumps slowing you down?September 9, 2010 | in Helping You Drive Safely
Canada just unveiled their own device intended to slow drivers. According to Discover magazine, thepavement painting appears to rise up as the driver gets closer to it, reaching full 3-D realism at around 100 feet: “Its designers created the image to give drivers who travel at the street’s recommended 18 miles per hour (30 km per hour) enough time to stop before hitting Pavement Patty — acknowledging the spectacle before they continue to safely roll over her.”
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