I see many people try to go over speed bump with one side of the car only. I’ve always thought that was weird, as the car gets shaken up either way. Intuitively speaking, crossing the speed bump on one side will reduce the amount of impact a car receives compared to crossing both sides, but it is not easy to prove at my physical knowledge level.
The variables that affect the amount of impact a car receives from a speed bump can be various, such as the shape of the car, the mass of the car, the shape of the speed bump, and the speed at which the car crosses the speed bump. Assuming that all of these variables are equal, which side of the impact is greater, one side or both sides?
P.S : I'm very sorry I didn't draw a diagram.