SafePace radar speed signs are designed to slow cars down, to make streets safer for everyone. The signs help to make drivers aware that they are traveling above the speed limit. Speed signs have been proven to be effective, particularly with today’s highly visual, often distracted drivers. Our goal is for drivers to reduce their speed once they realize they are traveling too fast. These signs can be used as a single device or in conjunction with other speed control devices such as speed bumps or speed humps.

Also known as speed display signs, driver feedback signs, and “your speed” signs, radar signs operate on the feedback loop theory: when people are presented with information about their performance, they tend to notice and improve.

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Radar speed signs are usually installed in areas where speeding is a concern or where vehicles come in close proximity to pedestrians such as school zones, construction zones, residential areas, and college campuses. In some instances, these signs are used to gather information to see if additional traffic control measures are needed.


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Speed radar display signs have been shown to slow drivers an average of 10%, usually for several miles down the road. In most cases, drivers will slow down when they see that they are driving too fast. Radar speed signs tend to have the greatest effect on streets where vehicles average at least 10 mph over the posted speed limit.


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With SafePace signs, you can change the way that motorists drive on your streets. With intuitive features such as flashing digits and integrated strobe lights to warn speeders, easy-to-program sign options, and built-in traffic data collection, SafePace signs are the solution you need for safer streets.

SafePace speed radar signs have been installed across the US, Canada, Central/South America, Mexico, and India. The signs use solar, AC, or battery power. The competitively priced speed display signs are intuitively designed, incorporating elements that reflect the concerns of today’s cities and the habits of today’s drivers.