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Sign Industry News — News

What's the deal with the Retroreflectivity of my Signs?

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What's the deal with the Retroreflectivity of my Signs?

Read our blog to find out which Retroreflectivity is right for your Signage and the different 3M Sheeting we use on our Signs.

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What type of Hardware should I get?

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What type of Hardware should I get?

Knowing which hardware to get for your sign can be a challenge and we want to walk you through the steps you should take when looking for which hardware to get for your project.

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Top 5 Fun Facts about Speed Limit Signs

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Top 5 Fun Facts about Speed Limit Signs

Every driver sees the dreaded speed limit sign on the highway. It informs us that we are probably going too fast and need to slow down or we are stuck in stand still traffic when the speed limit is 60 MPH.

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How Can I Protect my Neighborhood?

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How Can I Protect my Neighborhood?

Find out the importance of the Neighborhood Watch Program and their message to protect civilians.

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MUTCD Regulations

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MUTCD Regulations

  What is the MUTCD? The MUTCD is the Manual on Uniform and Traffic Control Devices which is published by the Federal Highway Administration. The MUTCD is the set of regulations used for our roads and highways to ensure uniformity and increase safety measures.   What is impacted by the MUTCD? Any sign that is intended for roadways must follow all MUTCD standards. Any traffic control device, road markings, highway signs, traffic signals and any type of sign seen by drivers, bikers or pedestrians on public roads, private roads, bike paths, highways and any road that the public has access...

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