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Why do many big trucks drive so slow over speed bumps?

I live in a apartment with a few speed bumps and I drive a Camry and have been behind multiple large pick up trucks such as f-250 and other lifted trucks etc and they seem to crawl so slowly over the speed bumps even more so than I need to. I was wondering if there is some reason trucks need to do this or is this just a coincidence?I figured trucks could move over speed bumps pretty quickly compared to small cars.


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