Pallet of 60 Rubber Parking Stops with Yellow Striping

Sturdy and made of 100% recycled rubber!
Made in the USA

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Our Pallet of 60 Rubber Parking Stops with Yellow Striping are used in parking facilities to effectively stop cars from overrunning their parking spots. Unlike concrete or plastic curbs, which necessitate frequent replacements, our curbs are sturdier and do not break or need to be replaced.

Ideal for parking lots, garages, wall protection and other parking applications.The flexible rubber design conforms to the contour of uneven road surfaces and can be used as curbing to create traffic circles and curb extensions.

Constructed of 100 percent recycled rubber with 8 highly reflective stripes made of road marking tape to ensure visibility and pedestrian safety. Each unit is pre-drilled with holes for easy installation.  Made in the USA!

Each parking block measures 6-feet-long x 6 inches wide x 4.25 inches high and needs 4 pieces of hardware for installation, which are sold separately. Another option is to use 10-ounce epoxy or construction adhesive. Installation Instructions are Included.

Use part number SDAS for asphalt hardware or part number SDPSCA for concrete hardware

Purchasing by the pallet reduces the cost per unit.

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  • What is the difference between a speed bump and a speed hump?  Are end caps required?
    Question by: admin on 2018-02-09 12:01:54

    Both Speed Bumps and Speed Humps are used to slow vehicles down. Speed Bumps, with a more pronounced height, are typically used to keep speeds down to 5MPH in a parking lot or private roadway. Usually, they are not allowed on public roadways because of the risk of loss of vehicle control if hit at too high of a speed. Speed Humps do not sit as high but are longer width-wise to create a gentler vehicle rocking motion as a driver moves over it. Speed Humps are made to keep speeds down to 15MPH. End caps are not required, they are mostly there to help make the speed bumps/humps less of a trip hazard but can also be more aesthetically pleasing.

    Answer by: on 2018-02-09 12:01:54