I went on a road trip of about 870 miles. I hit a speed bump at night because I couldn't see it due to absence of road lights. I applied brakes aggressively as soon as I saw the speed bump and I think the vehicle speed was about 25 mph when it hit the bump.
After the incident, the front tires of the vehicle started bouncing (minor bounce, not severe) between speed range of 40 mph - 47 mph. The bounce goes away after this speed range.
I will be traveling back after couple of weeks but I am worried whether this is a serious issue or not. I am in a remote area right now and I am thinking whether to get the vehicle checked by a mechanic on my way back in some city.