Was that a hump or a bump?

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Los Angeles author David Rensin emailed his curiosity about why, on some streets, the "BUMP" warning before speed bumps now reads "HUMP. For him, and for you, here are some surprisingly extensive city Department of Transportation FAQs on the differences between speed bumps, speed humps and speed tables.


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