A Spanish company has designed a speed bump that won't hinder safe drivers

Badennova speed bumpBadennova speed bumpThe Badennova speed bump being tested.

A Spanish company has designed a speed bump that won’t hinder slow drivers but will still stop motorists driving too fast.

The speed bump is filled with a non-Newtonian liquid which changes viscosity when pressure is applied at high velocity.

They have been installed in Villanueva de Tapia, Spain and there has also been interest from Israel and Germany.

Produced by Leon Siciliano

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