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When parking goes right, it goes very right indeed: people feel comfortable and accommodated; they get to their destination without any fuss. If parking goes poorly, you’ll have a frustrated guest or customer before they even enter your door. At MyParkingSign, we’re working hard to find new products that will help you perfectly tailor parking for private or public areas, from lots to driveways. Here, we’ll discuss particularly unique products, like flex sign posts and bollards that bend upon impact and reserved parking signs for everyone from your CFO to expectant mothers. Look around our here and on our site for cost-effective, safe, and resilient signs.

Three Things to Consider When Choosing Student Drop-Off Signs

Three Things to Consider When Choosing Student Drop-Off Signs

| April 20, 2017

Drop-off signs are critical to making school pick-up and drop-off orderly. But standard drop-off signs can only do so much. Parents often treat drop-off lanes as “meeting points” to catch up with other parents or have that one minute Q&A with the teacher. For an efficient drop-off process, consider having signs with these features. Time […]




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USPS Will Never Skip Your Mailbox Now

USPS Will Never Skip Your Mailbox Now

| February 23, 2017

Before you tweet about the irony of a USPS carrier taking the trouble of leaving a “blocked mailbox” note on your mailbox instead of delivering your mail, consider this: The USPS website says, “Subject to state laws and regulations, a curbside mailbox must be placed to allow safe and convenient delivery by carriers without leaving […]




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Go Big with BigBoss A-Frame Parking Lot Signs

Go Big with BigBoss A-Frame Parking Lot Signs

| February 17, 2017

Parking lot signs make it easy for you to manage parking and traffic control, especially during busy times like events, conferences and shows. But not all kinds of signs are up to the task. Foldable signs can get knocked down. Mobile signs with standard bases restrict your message size.  In both cases, your message gets […]




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Don’t Turn Away from Problems of Turn Arounds in Your Private Driveway

Don’t Turn Away from Problems of Turn Arounds in Your Private Driveway

| February 10, 2017

If motorists repeatedly use your private driveway to turn around on the street, don’t dismiss it as a minor annoyance. Unauthorized access to your driveway has many risks. Traffic backing up in your driveway can bump into parked cars on your property. If the driveway is a narrow one, bigger cars and trailer accessing it […]




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Does Humor in Parking Signs Work?

Does Humor in Parking Signs Work?

| March 20, 2016

TAKE THE TEST! Sick of chasing away vehicles trying to park in your area? Ain’t nobody got time for that! You have work to do. You can’t be expected to track down villainous illegal parkers, out to take advantage of spaces that don’t belong to them! You need to make a statement. Enter the no […]




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Self-driving cars: What will 90% fewer accidents accidents do to insurers?

Self-driving cars: What will 90% fewer accidents accidents do to insurers?

| March 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

Human drivers are responsible for the vast majority of car accidents. A recent McKinsey study on self-driving cars is bad news for insurance, companies, it’s good news for just about everyone else. The research firm predicts that autonomous vehicles could eliminate around 90% of all automobile accidents in the U.S., saving thousands of lives and preventing up to $190 […]




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Eye-tracking technology comes to General Motors

Eye-tracking technology comes to General Motors

| September 8, 2014

So you’ve had your eye on that hot little number from General Motors. Sometime between now and 2019 you can expect it to return your gaze. Thank the company: the automaker recently inked a deal with Seeing Machines to purchase tracking devices for 500,000 vehicles over the next five years, says the Financial Times. The […]




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Audi testing cars that predict open parking spaces

Audi testing cars that predict open parking spaces

| January 29, 2014

Finding an empty parking space remains one of the most daunting tasks drivers face, but Audi’s got you covered. The German automobile manufacturer is working on an Urban Intelligent Assist research initiative that predicts when the parking spaces around your destination will open up. Initiative to address parking woes Besides its own group of researchers […]




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3 easy parking policies to motivate employees

3 easy parking policies to motivate employees

| August 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

There are few satisfactions on par with getting a perfect parking spot: maybe cooking a steak just right or bringing a child into the world. When the car slides into a convenient parking space, there is that rewarding feeling of relief and accomplishment. Parking is a desirable asset, and many employers use it as a […]




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Reduce slip and fall accidents with an IceAlert indicator

Reduce slip and fall accidents with an IceAlert indicator

| April 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

A slip and fall accident on ice may make for a funny YouTube video, but could also mean severe injuries for the victim, substantial medical bills, and personal injury claims. While the slip and fall accidents caused by ice may be a result of someone’s own carelessness, property owners may still be liable if the […]




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How to stencil parking lot identification numbers

How to stencil parking lot identification numbers

| April 9, 2013 | 1 Comment

While you can probably think of better things to do on a bright spring day than stencil parking lot numbers for your soon-to-open apartment complex or garage, it’s undeniable that sunshine and mild temperatures make such an activity more pleasant. In fact, good weather is a prerequisite because it helps the paint dry more quickly. […]




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