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Goods Vehicles Permitted Sign 622.2
This diagram is to end the prohibition of goods vehicles set by diagram 622.1A.
This sign is not strictly required at any point and if the original restriction of 622.1A has no exceptions then nobody would need to see it. However, where there are exceptions to the prohibition to allow for loading, for example, this sign will be useful for marking the edge of the prohibition.
There are no suitable supplementary plates for diagram 622.2.
We have this sign available at 450mm, 600mm, 750mm and 900mm, but can arrange for alternative sizing if required if you discuss with our sales team.
Superior Quality Sign Face
Superior quality prismatic reflective sign face ensure that the sign stands the test of time.
Durable Composite Base
Made from a composite material which is an aluminium covering over plastic, it is light and ultra strong.
Designed to be Post Mounted
Each Part of the sign comes with two rails allowing the fitment of two clips per face for secure mounting.
Need Help Finding The Right Sign Face?
Our sales team are ready and waiting to take your call on 01905 794 875 to help you get the right post mounted sign for the job. We also have temporary warning signs as well as road marking signs available, if you do not need a post mounted item.
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|Conforms||Class 2 Reflectivity|
|AccuChecked||✔ (The specification has been independently checked for accuracy)|
|AccuPhoto||✔ (The photos are of the actual product type that you are ordering)|
|Thickness||3.6mm (face), 20mm (including rails)|
|Type||R2/RA2 reflective material on composite backing|
|Colour||Grey backing, white, red and black signage|
|Customisation||Alternative wording and sizes available. Please call for details.|
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