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Bilingual No Parking Fire Lane Sign

Bilingual No Parking Fire Lane Sign

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Bilingual no parking fire lane signs enforce parking lot safety in a fire emergency.
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Fire lane signs enforce parking lot saftey in a fire emergency. Best quality and selection. Fast shipping. 60 years of satisfied customers.
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Product Features - Bilingual No Parking Fire Lane Sign

  • 18"h x 12"w- No parking fire lane/ No estacione zona contra incendio.
  • Great for bilingual areas.
  • Choose from aluminum, steel, or polyethylene.
  • Option of high-intensity reflective, engineer grade reflective, or non-reflective.
  • Option of standard or duroshield topcoat.
  • Duroshield topcoat has a lifetime guarantee- the best defense against fading, graffiti, and chemicals.

Call us at 1-877-775-5939 to learn about this product.
Free material samples of this product may be available.

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    Engineer grade reflective signs can be viewed up to 500 feet away. High-Intensity grade reflective signs can be viewed up to 1000 feet away.
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