It is very common for cars to suffer some wear and tear when driving through the city, especially when the streets and avenues are not adequately maintained, but what happens when the vehicle control and road safety teams themselves? What causes these damages? What happens when these damages are caused inside a parking lot?
There are fewer and fewer parking lots or roads that choose to install speed bumps or speed bumps made in concrete; these, rather than protecting the driver, the pedestrian, or the vehicle, are generators of accidents and mechanical failures in cars.
Most of these concrete-based products do not have standardized measurements, so sometimes we can see speed bumps which can be gotten from Unimat traffic for instance that are too high that makes us doubt if our car can actually go through there, or too low that not even them. We feel and do not need to slow down. The same happens with the stops for the parking space, although in this case, more than being a risk for third parties, it is a risk for our car.
The main function of the stop is to make use of the famous “hit warns” without worrying about what may happen to the vehicle. In the case of concrete, with a simple rub, we can damage the car’s defense, so most of the time, we prefer to be badly parked than risk greater damage.
Its line of speed reducers (Easy Rider and Safety Rider) is designed with standard measures that manage to reduce speed without damaging the cars since they are made with recycled rubber. The same happens with its line of parking stops (Park It and Home Park It), which are designed with the proper measures not to damage the defense of the cars.
This solution becomes at the same time very effective for the contractor since its installation is quick, simple, and cheaper because it is possible to optimize time and resources. In addition to having the advantage of being removable, so they can be removed, stored, and reinstalled in a new location at any time.