Speed Bumps FAQ
Q: Do I need a city permit to install a speed bump in a residential area?
A: Every city, town, and municipality has different regulations. If outside the city limits, check with the county. If the neighborhood is governed by a home owners association, you will need to get approval from their Board to install the speed bump. In most cases, speed bumps create safer roads, and are approved without a problem.
Q: What's the difference between a speed bump and a speed hump?
A: A speed hump is wider than a speed bump and slows the traffic to 10-16 mph. A speed bump has a steeper grade that requires vehicles to slow to 2-5 mph.
Q: Can speed bumps be installed on concrete?
A: Speed bumps can be installed on concrete, asphalt, or any paved surface. There are different fasteners and installation methods depending on the surface.
Q: What is the difference between the recycled plastic and recycled rubber curbs/speed bumps?
A: The difference is mainly the material that they are made from. The plastic curbs bumps are 100% recycled high density polyethylene. The rubber curbs and bumps are made from 100% recycled rubber.
Q: Do the parking curbs or speed bumps qualify for free shipping?
A: No. Please call for a freight quote to your specific zip code.