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What Is the Purpose a Parking Block?
A parking block should not be confused with speed bumps - they are usually taller and have steeper sides than bumps.
Speed bumps are designed to be driven over (with cars needing to slow their speed!), blocks are there to stop the vehicle moving. They are commonly used in garages to make positional parking easier and prevent impact with walls - anyone who has driven into a garage too quickly or misjudged the length of the car's bonnet will probably appreciate the value of using them.
They are also used commercially in parking areas, showrooms, warehouses and other buildings.
These blocks have been traditionally made from concrete, but are difficult to manoeuvre into the desired place, these blocks, however, are made from rubber and recycled plastic weighing 4.2 kg.
These parking blocks tend to have a longer life span due to the material, traditionally concrete will become chipped and cracked away over time as there is no give to the material, whereas rubber flexes when knocked and is also less harsh on the tyres.
- High visibility centre section
- Stop signs to one side
- Use individually or align in longer runs
- Product weight 4.2 kg
- Use to mark parking boundaries
- Fixing bolts for concrete or tarmac included
These products are designed to stop cars, they have very steep edges in the shape of trapezoids and are usually made to be a few inches high.
These parking blocks are Black and Yellow to increase its visibility and also has the word STOP.
Safety issues relating to these blocks can be found on the Health and Safety Executive website
Depth (mm) 127 Width (mm) 500 Height (mm) 97 Material Rubber Colour Yellow/Black Weight (kg) 4