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Drive Thru Lane Rumble Bars Prevent Damage to both Customer Vehicles and Property

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Fast Food Drive-Thru’s are springing up all over the place, providing the convenience of quick meals on the go. Many of our favourite restaurants such as Mcdonalds Drive Thru Lane Rumble Bars Mcdonald’s, KFC, Taco Bell, Guzman y Gomez and Hungry Jacks have had Drive-thru lanes for many years. We now see new chains, Grill’d and Wendy’s entering this segment.

However, as land becomes scarce and expensive, designers of these Drive-Thru Restaurants need to maximise their site usage, and this can sometimes mean increasingly narrow and tighter turns which can present unforeseen difficulties, such as potential damage to both customer vehicles and owners’ property. Speed Humps Australia provides a practical remedy for this issue in the form of 300mm Rumble Bars.

Drive-thru lanes, which are frequently distinguished by sharp curves and close proximity to buildings, create an environment where accidents can happen. Customers using these lanes run the risk of accidentally scraping their vehicles’ wheels against building kerbs or other structures, which can be expensive to repair and dangerous. Businesses that run drive-thru chains are faced with a problem: how to improve the drive-thru experience while reducing these hazards.

Enter 300mm Rumble Bars.

KFC Rumble Bars Speed Humps Australia understood the need for a workable answer to lessen these difficulties. What is the response? Specifically created 300mm Rumble Bars to protect customer vehicles and property in the drive-thru lane.

Customer Vehicle Protection: The main goal of these rumble bars is to keep customers’ cars from hitting buildings or kerbs. Drivers are warned they are approaching the edge of the kerb and getting close to building structures by the Rumble Bars that are installed, either parallel or perpendicular to the inside kerb of the drive-thru lane. These Rumble Bars are strategically positioned, around corners of the drive-thru and at the ordering and collection windows to try and keep some separation between vehicle’s kerbs and structures.

Rumble Bars assist in protecting the buildings and property along the drive-thru lane in addition to protecting vehicles. This is crucial for businesses that want to preserve the aesthetic appeal and structural integrity of their buildings.

Drive-thru lane safety can be improved affordably with the use of Rumble Bars. They need little care, are long-lasting, and are simple to install. This makes them a wise investment for companies looking to lower liability and repair costs related to drive-thru incidents.

Prioritising safety is essential in the hectic world of fast food drive-thrus. The 300mm Rumble Bars from Speed Humps Australia are a practical way to safeguard customers’ vehicles. Businesses may improve safety, lower maintenance costs, and improve the drive-thru experience for their consumers by strategically placing these rumble bars.

Speed Humps can also be installed at the entrance and exit of these lanes to create an orderly traffic flow.

A drive-thru chain’s reputation and dependability are improved by investing in safety, which also protects consumers and property.

Find Solutions With The Road Safety Professionals

At Speed Humps Australia, we’ve spent twenty years focusing on one thing: to provide one style of product and to do it exceptionally well.

Speed Humps Australia was formed to provide innovative solutions to speed management in commercial and retail car parks where pedestrians and vehicles are in close proximity to one another. We are dedicated to bringing you the expertise to provide solutions to all your traffic control and parking-related needs.

As our design and production are all handled in-house and supplied Australia-wide, get in touch with us today to request a quote or discuss how we can help with providing a tailored solution to your unique project requirements. 

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