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Parking & Traffic Signs

Traffic signs are a good way to help to control the flow of traffic around a car park. It is also a good idea to control speed as much as possible. Reduction in speed means that it is possible to increase a driver’s awareness of hazards and accidents can be avoided as much as possible.

Making the maximum speed 5 mph is a good idea for small car parks, and signage to this effect should be clear. Signs can be attached to walls and posts with clips or clamps and they come in a range of materials that will last for years

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All parking and traffic signs – even those that are designed to be moved around – comply with current safety standards. They have a baked-enamel finish and the posts are designed to be used with all the traffic and parking signs that are available. Alternatively, the signs can be displayed on a double-sided stanchion for ease of use. The double-sided stanchion has been made from strong steel and then painted using a primer so that rust is discouraged from developing. The signs are fastened into place using clips and when the stanchion is not needed, it can be folded away. These signs are ideal when work is being carried out on car parks or private roads so that traffic can be guided away from danger. They are also ideal for traffic management companies that need to put signs into place when roadworks are in process.

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