Collapsible Traffic Cones
Traffic cones are a staple of roadside construction. Drivers may associate these orange markers with slow moving traffic jams, but traffic cones ensure the safety of all on the road: roadside crews, emergency vehicles, and drivers alike. It's often recommended that drivers carry traffic cones in case of emergency situations, but regular cones take up lots of room. With the invention of collapsible cones, however, traffic cones can be stored flat, taking up far less room than traditional cones.
Yellow, lime green, orange-no matter what the fluorescent color, safety vests are indispensable when it comes to the safety of all. Roadside surveyors, supervisors, and construction workers rely upon high-visibility clothing to stay safe while on the job. Brightly colored, reflective vests ensure that roadside workers are seen by drivers who rely upon their instruction for direction and safety.
Reflective tape is super-useful when it comes to road safety. It can be added to clothes, signs, cones, trucks, cars, bikes-anything that needs increased night-time visibility. Poor night-time visibility is one of the leading causes of accidents. That's why it's so important for the road to be appropriately marked with headlight-catching materials, so as to increase the visibility on the road at night. When it comes to traffic and roadside operations, reflective tape keeps everyone safe.
Warning Flags and Safety Batons
Whether directing traffic around construction areas or warning drivers of accidents, flags and batons ensure that emergency crews and roadside workers keep traffic moving regularly and safely. Warning flags come in bright attention-getting colors like red and orange for daytime use, while safety batons with LED lights are clearly visible at night. For roadside direction and safety, these tools are indispensable.
LED Strobes, Beacons, and Flashers
Bright lights, blinking lights, flashing lights-when it comes to traffic safety you need...well, lights.
Distraction is the leading cause of car accidents; that's why it's necessary to have the most eye-catching lights to ensure high visibility and the greatest amount of safety. Strobes, beacons, and flashers are used on both emergency and roadside crew vehicles; they also mark construction sites, road blocks, accidents, and other caution zones to get the attention of drivers who are passing through these areas.
LED lights are brighter and more cost effective than regular lights, and they come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Flashlights come in LED varieties as well. From roof top LED light bars to grille strobe lights, having the right lights means safety for all.