No Thru Traffic No Trucks Aluminum Sign (HIP Reflective)
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No Thru Traffic No Trucks Aluminum Sign (HIP Reflective)

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  • Made of non-rusting aluminum, with 10-year durability.
  • Prismatic sheeting comes with pressure-sensitive adhesive.
  • Graphic thickness of 390 microns & a graphic weight of 400 GSM used
  • Exceptional abrasion, chemical, & water resistance.
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‘No Thru Traffic No Trucks’ Aluminum Signs Keep Unwanted Traffic Away

Fast-moving heavy vehicles need clear signs to indicate whether their vehicles are authorized to use a certain road. Use Bannerbuzz’s ‘No Thru Traffic No Truck’ aluminum signs to communicate that no trucks and no thru traffic are allowed in that particular area. They are a great choice to direct traffic and keep unwanted vehicles away from designated roads in your town. The signs are made of non-rusting and water-resistant aluminum that is rigid and has high weatherability.

Highly reflective and visible, our signs are designed using 3M’s high-intensity grade reflective graphic material. The EGR reflective sheet series 3930 grade-4 prismatic sheeting with pressure-sensitive adhesive offers three times more reflectance than engineer-grade reflective signs. Meeting all the required standards, they have great angular visibility too. Coming with a thickness of 390 microns and a 400 GSM graphic weight, our signs stay strong even during harsh weather conditions. The digital printing technique ensures high clarity and visibility, making our signs visible from a far distance. Lamination along with a tougher topcoat offers 10-year durability both indoors and outdoors. Exceptionally resistant to abrasion and chemicals, our no-thru traffic truck signs remain unaffected by outdoor elements. Place your order now!

Disclaimer: All signs and banners content on BannerBuzz is used for example purposes only. It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser to contact their local, city, or state government offices to obtain the legal requirements for any and all signs before having their signs printed.