Reserving parking for disabled people is important because it makes your local business accessible to many people. To keep traffic in your local business in check, show reserved parking zones for everybody. Use our disabled parking signs to maintain a caring establishment by demarcating parking areas and reserving them for special needs people so they don't face problems in the parking lot.
A 63-mil thick or extra thick heavy-duty 80-mil rustproof aluminum is the base material for our accessible parking signs. The signs outlast tough storms with their increased lifespan due to their sturdiness.
The graphic material for the reserved parking signs is 3M™ Engineer-Grade Prismatic Reflective sheeting, which provides our signs with long-term reflectivity. This high-quality construction further allows our signs to be visible at night, making sure there's constant help for special persons.
To customize our handicap parking signs to meet individual requirements of your local business, we offer an option to laminate. Order the signs and specify whether you want them laminated and we'll deliver them to you.
Our reserved parking signs come with pre-drilled holes for easy mounting at your local business. Install the signs on walls, fences, or posts for disabled people to see and know which areas are suitable places for them to park.
The laminated digital print has enhanced weatherability, which allows our accessible parking signs to display for extended amounts of time. With superior abrasion and chemical resistance, the accessible parking signs don't require the need for constant repurchasing.
The tough topcoat lamination of our disabled parking signs protects against scratches and scuffs. Print and material longevity extend for up to 7 years for prolonged usage of our signs outdoors and indoors.
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