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Zombie Preparedness Novelty Signs for Sale

- 10/30/2014 3:59:24 PM
Zombie Preparedness Novelty Signs for Sale

With season five of The Walking Dead heating up and Halloween fast-approaching, zombie fever continues to surge ahead with no indications of slowing down. A few years ago, Esquire magazine did a piece on the popularity of the undead discussing how they have taken over seemingly the entire entertainment horror world from TV to video games to movies and Halloween.

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Slow Down! With School Back in Session, STOPSignsandMore.com Reminds Motorists to Abide by All School Safety Signs

- 10/30/2014 11:53:06 AM
Slow Down! With School Back in Session, STOPSignsandMore.com Reminds Motorists to Abide by All School Safety Signs

School Zone Traffic Signs Save Lives, Ease Congestion and Help Navigate Chaotic Student Drop-off and Pick-up Areas

SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) October 30, 2014

For most children going back to school and their parents, the new school year starts the week before or the week following the Labor Day holiday. As such, now is a good time to remind motorists of the importance of obeying school zone traffic signs, such as speed limit and school zone warning signs.


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Traffic Signs’ Retroreflectivity Improves Nighttime Visibility

- 10/22/2014 1:20:20 PM
Traffic Signs’ Retroreflectivity Improves Nighttime Visibility

Did you know that you are far more likely to get into a fatal automobile accident while driving at night than you are during the day even though there are far fewer vehicles on the road? According to the Federal Highway Administration (FHA), nearly 50 percent of fatal traffic accidents happen during nighttime driving hours even though more than 75 percent of drivers drive their cars, trucks, or SUVs during daytime hours.

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New Product Spotlight: Heavy Duty Aluminum Sign Stands

- 10/16/2014 1:42:15 PM
New Product Spotlight: Heavy Duty Aluminum Sign Stands

Protecting your home is a top concern. Your home is your sanctity; it is where you raise your family and watch your children grow. It is also one of your largest assets and a major financial investment. For all of these reasons and more, you do what you can to secure and protect your home such as install home security systems with security signs. Even without an elaborate system in place, appropriate camera surveillance signs can deter would-be thieves or vandals by encouraging them to find an easier target.

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Heed School Traffic Signs and Help Reduce Accidents

- 10/6/2014 3:28:46 PM
Heed School Traffic Signs and Help Reduce Accidents

The kids are back in school, and motorists are reminded to pay extra attention to those school safety signs as well as general school traffic signs. Drivers need to be alert and be on the lookout for pedestrians of every age especially children. Young school-aged children may still be learning about roadway safety rules and boundaries. As such they may not fully appreciate the dangers that moving vehicles can pose.

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Advances in MUTCD Signs Can Improve Roadway Safety

- 9/24/2014 3:16:41 PM
Advances in MUTCD Signs Can Improve Roadway Safety

Save driving and roadway safety is one of those things most people think about when it’s too late. It is only after an accident has occurred that motorists may argue that a more visible speed limit sign should be posted. As is human nature, most people don’t give proper credit to the road safety signs they see and make use of every day. It is only after the mishap has occurred that motorists will contest that road signs are not clear enough to see.

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