Drive Thru Markings

Drive Thru Markings are used to help motorists understand the flow of traffic in your car park. They are designed to improve the organisation of your car park and provide a safer environment for drivers and pedestrians. Thermoplastic markings are also highly durable, which means they can withstand harsh weather conditions and repeated use.

Clearly defined drive-thru lanes are vital to your business’s operation, but over time these pavement markings can fade from exposure to the sun, dirt, and rain. When these lines are not visible, it can lead to cars colliding with one another or failing to properly space out while waiting for their order. Having your drive-thru restriped can restore the visibility of these lines and reduce minor accidents and congestion at your drive-thru.

Beyond the Basics: Creative Drive-Thru Marking Solutions

McDonalds is one of the most popular fast-food chains in the world, with a golden arches seemingly appearing around every corner of Britain. During peak meal times, McDonalds car parks can get extremely busy, which is why clear pavement markings are so important for the safety of motorists driving around your restaurant. Unfortunately, this Sleaford McDonalds’ drive-thru lane appears to have some goofed up pavement markings on the northeast corner of their parking lot facing Dryden Place. This would confuse drivers entering the Walgreens entrance on Dryden, and increase the likelihood of collisions between these cars and those headed toward the drive-thru.