Road Speed Breakers are used in school roads, hospitals, streets and colonies to reduce the speed of vehicles. They are made up of a variety of materials including asphalt, concrete, recycled plastic, metal, or vulcanized rubber, so they are extremely durable. They can withstand extreme vehicle pressure and adverse weather conditions. They are very effective in slowing down traffic due to their rigidity and durability. They are generally placed 100-170 m apart.