Quote Request

Contact Us

0800 13 23 23

My Basket (0)

Parking Signs

Need help? Need help? What Parking Signs Do I Need?

Premium Parking Signs at Low Prices - Fast Delivery

If you want to avoid complete chaos in your car park, you are going to need car park signs. Car parking can be a tricky endeavour, but clear instructional signs will help pedestrians, cyclists and motorists to navigate parking areas safely. These will include signage to indicate traffic flow restrictions and to demarcate restricted areas, concealed entrances and speed limits. We also have signs to identify parking bays, reserved and disabled parking spaces, loading areas and features such as ramps, maximum heights and one-way traffic spikes.

Clear, well-made and instructive car park signs will help to keep your car park orderly for employees, customers or other visitors. Rest assured that Safetyshop’s range of parking signage is manufactured to the highest standards, and is available in a variety of materials and finishings. We try to stock signs to cover every eventuality, but if you have a specific requirement custom printing is also available.

Items 1-92 of 109

Filter By Sort By

Grid List

  1. 1
  2. 2

Parking Signs: Buying Guide

We have over 100 car park signs to choose from here at Safetyshop, but if you are feeling confused about what signs you need for your car park do not hesitate to reach out to us and get your questions answered.

Parking Signs: Buying Guide

Our vast range of car park signs means all your needs are covered when it comes to creating a safe, easy-to-use car park, whether you are in need of a disabled parking sign, in and out signs, or a customer parking permit required sign. If you work in a warehouse or in construction, you might be interested in our caution site entrance and no access to construction traffic signs. We also have a caution lorries turning sign, which can prove particularly useful in built-up areas and at depots.

Reversing signs, such as a no reversing without supervision sign, can also be enormously helpful, and we have a wide range of these on offer, as well as no parking signs, loading area keep clear signs, fire exit keep clear signs and many more. We even have signs designed to deter parking, with no thru traffic signs and no parking private property signs among them.

So, whether you want to stop people from parking on your property, indicate that your car park is permit only, or let drivers know the correct flow of traffic, we have the car park signs for you. If you are not sure exactly what signs you need to make your car park safe and easy to use, get in touch with Safetyshop and we will be only too happy to point you in the right direction.

Parking Signs and the Law

According to the Health and Safety Regulations 1996, employers are responsible for ensuring their employees’ safety, and this includes the installation and maintenance of appropriate safety signage in the workplace. If your workplace includes a car park or parking lot, you will also be responsible for making sure that these areas are provided with adequate signage.

It is important to keep up to date with any changes to parking legislation. The British Parking Association provides regular updates regarding changes to legislation and governmental updates, including COVID-19 guidance.

Sign Materials and Finishings

Safetyshop offers car parking signage in a wide variety of materials and finishings to suit all types of work environments. These include signs with reflective and high-reflective finishings, such as the Safetyshop No Parking Signage, which is ideal for car parks used after dark, especially if they are not illuminated.

The materials used to manufacture our signs are high-quality and engineered for durability. Below are some of the more common types:

  • Aluminium and glass reinforced polyester
  • Rigid plastic
  • Outdoor aluminium
  • Plastic
  • And more

Certain materials, such as outdoor aluminium, are more durable than others, making them better suited to outdoor environments where they may be exposed to adverse weather, vegetation and potential vandalism.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are parking signs?

Parking signs are designed for use in car parks, on roadsides or other parking areas. Bad parking can cause major disruption, particularly in busy or congested areas, or where parked cars are obstructing traffic.

Parking signs that clearly indicate traffic flow and demarcate parking bays, reserved parking spaces and loading areas help to keep parking areas controlled and reduce risk for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.

What are the different types of parking signage?

Safetyshop has a wide range of different types of signs for parking so you will be able to find exactly what you are looking for, whether you are managing a large public parking area, or a small private or workplace car park.

Here are some of our most popular options:

If you are not able to find what you need for your car park, Safetyshop also offers custom parking signage to meet your specific requirements.

How many parking signs do I need?

The number of signs you need will depend on the size of the car park and any potential hazards in the area. For example, an industrial workplace or construction site may require stricter traffic flow or parking enforcement due to the nature of the work being carried out on site.

After completing a comprehensive risk assessment of the designated area, you will have a better understanding of the types of signs you need, and where to install them.

Where should parking signs be placed?

Once you have assembled your sign collection you will need to consider where and how they need to be installed. Consider, for a minute, the stresses the signs will be exposed to, such as wind, rain, knocks, vandalism or pedestrian wear and tear (in the case of floor signs). Thankfully, you need look no further than Safetyshop as we carry a full range of fixings to suit every need and location.

Car park signage should be positioned where it is highly visible for drivers - this means installing it at the correct height, and checking that its visibility will not be obstructed by a pillar, tree or fence.

Many of Safetyshop’s information signs are also written in reverse, so that they are visible both head on and in your car mirror. These signs include No Parking signage, reverse parking only signage, Caution Ramps signage and No Smoking signage.