These fire stencils are made from polyethylene plastic and are durable enough for multiple uses.
Signs made by painting onto stencils are long lasting and can't be stolen. The stencils can't be damaged by paint deposits or solvents, and they are precision-made for sharp lettering. They also roll up for easy storage.
This fire stencil can be combined with the word "lane" to keep emergency vehicle areas in parking lots free of traffic and parked cars. See the Lane character stencil to create the phrase "Fire Lane."
If you own a business or are responsible for signage for a commercial, retail or industrial facility, it is essential that you consult the fire code for your state of residence to learn about specific requirements for fire lanes and signage. Fire lane regulations differ between states, although all states require that fire lanes are kept open for emergency vehicles. States such as Washington, California, Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania and New York all require the words "No Parking - Fire Lane" to be painted on the pavement next to the curb. Letter colors and sizes can differ between states, and some states have more detailed requirements than others. You can have your facility inspected to make sure it complies with state regulations. Buildings that do not comply with fire code regulations may be subject to penalties and fines. See the no parking stencil that can be used along with this fire stencil and the lane stencil, to create a complete notice.