Drive Thru Markings are a vital part of car park safety and organisation, helping to direct traffic flow and clearly marking parking spaces. They can also indicate disabled parking areas and loading zones, as well as EV bays for electric cars. Thermoplastic markings can be installed on any surface, including concrete and asphalt, providing the correct preparation has been made.
The new Walgreens store on Dryden Place in Arlington Heights, Illinois is a welcome addition to the neighborhood. However, someone goofed on the pavement markings in the northeast corner of the parking lot where the lane is directed to the northbound DRIVE THRU (drivers entering from Dryden would travel south). Consequently, drivers exiting the Walgreens drive-thru will be traveling in the wrong direction and may encounter collisions with other cars entering and leaving the lot.
Safety First: Ensuring Orderly Traffic with Drive-Thru Markings
Fortunately, these markings can be corrected to ensure that drivers can safely and smoothly enter and exit the drive-thru lane. If you notice that your stripe lines have become hard to read, this is a clear sign that it is time for your drive-thru to get restripped. Thermoplastic markings are more durable than paint, making them a cost-effective solution for your drive-thru lane. They are also designed to be weather-resistant, allowing them to remain visible even when coated in rain or frost.