We need speed bumps in Cedarfield too. Some of the cars think they are still on the motorway when driving through the estate sometimes. where i live, i swear one of the cars is going to end up in my sitting room, cause they come round the corner so fast.
I think they are a great idea, only an idot (my dh included) would travel over speed bumps at speed, for the sake of you shocks and car.
Did you ever notice on the Bryanstown cross route the section under County Meath from Millmount est to the graveyard have speed bumps but the section under Co. Louth rule doesnt have one speed ramp!!!!! Why didnt they think ahead as this is right where the new school will be built and Staffords shop etc….
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