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The benefits of thermoplastic line marking

The benefits of thermoplastic line marking

If you are the manager of a car park, a road network, or even highway management – have you thought about thermoplastic line marking? This technique has gained popularity in the transport and facilities management sector, and is becoming recognised as a superior...
A guide to warehouse marking colours

A guide to warehouse marking colours

Although each warehouse chooses to draw its markings in a slightly different way, there are some standards that tend to remain constant across the board. If you’re at a loss when it comes to choosing colours, this guide will give you a helping hand. Yellow...
Make sure your cycle lanes are safe

Make sure your cycle lanes are safe

The road can be a dangerous place for cyclists, but one way to make it safer is by using road markings to create cycle lanes. But it’s not quite that easy and there are many considerations to take into account to ensure cycle lanes are as safe as they can be....
Why no road markings are an invitation for accidents

Why no road markings are an invitation for accidents

According to the Road Traffic Act of 1988, roads have to be reasonably safe for their users. Therefore, roads that have no markings, faded lines or poorly drawn markings are at risk of violating the law. Road markings are important as they give instructions to drivers...
What do different road markings mean?

What do different road markings mean?

Whether you’re a learner driver or an experienced driver brushing up on your knowledge, you may be wondering what the different road markings are and what they mean. It is important that you are able to recognise and understand what different road markings mean...