It's Not Worth Lowering your Car in Russia

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Speed bumps, people. Why does nobody remember about speed bumps?

You might think that speed bump concerns are a pretty minor thing to worry about when debating whether to buy a track-ready car, or to lower the car you already have. But consider this video the next time you’re about to shrug off those concerns. The video shows a group of young men in Russia who have all lowered their cars, and are now not only having difficulty getting them over the bumps, but are also blocking traffic for quite a long time.

The fact it takes so many of them, and that they’re having such a difficult time really tells you everything you need to know about why this was a bad idea.

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