Yellow or Black Mini Speed Bump

Choose from Black or Yellow
Optional, matching end cap also available
Measurements are:

  • Speed Bump: 11.81'' W x 13.11'' L x 1.57'' H
  • End Cap: 11.81'' W x 3.93'' L x 1.57'' H
$23.75
In Stock
SKU
EV12SB

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If there is a street or parking lot that needs a little help to slow down speeds such as schools, restricted crossings, hospital exits or pedestrian zones (just to name a few) our cost effective, maintenance free Mini Speed Bump just might be the help you need to bring the speed down. Made from PVC compound and PPC polymer, these durable bumps can resist warping, won't crack chip or rot. They are resistant to UV sunlight, oil, salt, extreme temperatures and moisture.

Lightweight, easy to install and has a modular design to fit your road width. Mix and match colors to create all yellow, all black or a combination of black and yellow.

Bi-directional reflective red & white lenses increase visibility.

Optional end caps are available in either black or yellow to match the combination you choose. All hardware included!

The video shows how durable they are but please note, currently we only carry the style shown in the pictures above.

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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