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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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Our Funny Favorites!

Our Funny Favorites!

| February 20, 2017

Big smiles here. Find signs that give everyone a big laugh and a message that no one will forget. Personalized parking signs make ideal gifts. But, they are made just like our municipal parking signs and, if you use them outside, they should last for 10 years! Add a name or upload a photo.

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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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The history of seat belt usage

The history of seat belt usage

| March 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

For many Americans, safety measures like buckling into a car are almost second nature. Not surprisingly, in 2010, 85% of drivers throughout the U.S. wore seat belts. Seat belt usage hasn’t always been so widespread, though. Even as few as 30 years ago, in 1982, only 11% of drivers used seat belts. Ever since the […]

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Cases of disabled parking permit abuse surface in large numbers

Cases of disabled parking permit abuse surface in large numbers

| October 21, 2013

You can’t use a disabled parking permit unless you have a permit registered in your name for a disability. The rewards of accessible parking permits – like free parking and reserved spaces in parking lots – are so alluring that people (including city officials) flout the law routinely. A councilman in New Jersey was found using his […]

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Politicians ignoring parking tickets

Politicians ignoring parking tickets

| October 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

No one likes to get a parking ticket and we all do our bit to avoid it one way or another. Politicians and judges often try to get away from paying their parking fines and dodge the law by using their position. All’s well when they succeed, but it can prove embarrassing if the police […]

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Woman struggles with parallel parking for 30 minutes

Woman struggles with parallel parking for 30 minutes

| October 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Parallel parking is hard. Just ask the woman who was captured in a YouTube video while taking more than 30 minutes to parallel park her car. The woman behind the wheel caught the attention of a group of students in Belfast, Northern Ireland when she tried to parallel park her car in a space big […]

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Parking scams: the case of the fake parking attendant

Parking scams: the case of the fake parking attendant

| October 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Over the last few years, we’ve seen some creative and inglorious parking scams, but none seem so threatening as duplicitous parking attendants and valets. You’re often in a hurry to hop out of your car and get to an appointment or activity; in that rush some con artists are taking advantage of harried drivers. Be on […]

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Shared parking spaces could be the answer to your parking woes

Shared parking spaces could be the answer to your parking woes

| October 1, 2013

Parking is considered a scarce commodity in America even though, on average, three non-residential parking spaces exist for every registered car here. America has 300 million citizens with 255 million registered cars and almost 800 million parking spaces. Still, finding a parking space at the right place and the right time is tough. Daily commuters searching for a […]

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