Posts Tagged ‘orange traffic cones’

traffic cones, traffic cone, orange cone, orange traffic cone, construction cone, construction cones, plastic cone, plastic conesThis time of year (construction season) you really can’t go on any sort of drive without seeing traffic cones.  They are probably in your city or town, and on the freeway as you go to work.  If you hoped you wouldn’t see them on your drive down to New Jersey for your family vacation in August, well you probably will.

If you stop by your local car wash, you will probably see green or blue traffic cones directing you to the building.  Even when stopping at your son’s or daughter’s soccer practice, you will see mini traffic cones for them to dribble between.  You really can’t get away from them, they are everywhere.

Traffic Cone Problems

Wednesday, May 19, 2010 By: Transportation Supply

traffic cone, traffic cones, orange cone, orange traffic cones, orange traffic cone, safety cones, safety coneTraffic cones are all over the place.  On the highway, in your local village, on the football field.  They come in all types of colors and sizes, with different weights as well.  But, sometimes people have problems with their traffic cone.

What could these problems be?  Well, for one it could break or the color could fade out.  If the cone has been run over chances are it is broken, and you will have to get a new one.  If the cone is faded into a different color, try switching suppliers the cones could have came China.

Emergency Traffic Cones

Thursday, February 25, 2010 By: Transportation Supply

traffic cone, traffic cones, orange cone, orange cones, orange traffic cone, orange traffic cones, safety cones, safety coneWe have all been witness to an accident that just happened, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that carrying around some sort of warning device for accidents is a good idea.  You get distracted on your cell phone and look up and there is a car that isn’t moving.  If you are that car, it’s important to carry around traffic cones or some other sort of warning device so that people can easily tell you need to be avoided.

Carrying around traffic cones in the back of your car is obviously not very practical, but luckily there is a solution.  There are companies out there that make inflatable traffic cones, that will inflate via a pump that is built in.  Think about which size is best – 24″ is most likely the standard for this type of use.  There are many options – reflective tape, weights to keep them from blowing over, and even blinking LED lights at the top.