- Long-lasting resilient material for outdoor applications
- Conforms fully to BS 5499 regulations
- Available in multiple sizes to meet any need
Getting the perfect signage for your business is important, as regulations state very precisely the manner of signs to ensure easy understanding and continuity across the country. Our range of traffic signs fulfil that criteria exactly, with a prominent diagonally-dissected red circle and clean English text meaning they conform to BS 5499.
Place one of these 'no parking' signs on a wall or similarly prominent position outside your building and it is immediately clear to all road users to leave that particular section of ground unobstructed with their vehicle. They can be used on doors to indicate a regularly used throughway, or as signposts around an area which may seem ambiguous and perhaps suitable for parking to a first time visitor.
The range of 'no parking' signs is available in a staggering array of sizes - each a clean rectangle, but with dimensions to suit your specific need and then, once a size is chosen, you are able to pick a material. While most of these signs come in the main three types: Polypropylene rigid plastic, self-adhesive rigid plastic, or self-adhesive vinyl, some of the sizes are available in other configurations, including reflective materials and vandal-proof aluminium.
Rigid plastic is, of course, the best of the three main types for making stand alone signposts, while the self-adhesive varieties are good for quick application to smooth surfaces. The reflective signs can be an extra benefit at night when visibility is low, and the metal versions provide an incredibly long-lasting alternative to the more usual plastics. All of our options are usable both indoors and out, are durable and resistant to even the harshest weather.
Do remember, that though your parking signs will be as professional as any you have seen, it is still up to you to find a legal way to enforce them - the authorities do not police 'no parking' signs on private property. Most road users, however, respect well-placed and easy to read signage and will do as you ask - by parking somewhere else.