Stop Signs

  • EFFECTIVELY CONTROLS TRAFFIC: The STOP sign is a regulatory sign that is used when traffic is required to stop. Its easily recognizable red octagon shape with white border and large white letters lets drivers know at a glance when to stop in a parking lot, on private property, or on the roadway. If two lanes of traffic exist on an approach, at least one STOP sign should be visible to each lane of traffic.
  • DESIGNED TO LAST: This sign has been specifically designed for either indoor or outdoor use to meet all of your needs. In either condition, your sign is designed to last for 7 to 10 years, even with extreme hot or cold temperatures, due to our silkscreen process and 3M inks. This ensures roadway safety for years to come.
  • EASY MOUNTING: You don’t have to be a professional to mount this sign. Our STOP signs come with holes already drilled at the top and bottom center for easy mounting and simple installation, along with radius corners to ensure safety. Whether you wish to apply this sign to a pole or a stand, you won’t incur the expense and time that comes with having to use multiple sets of tools or labor forces.
  • AMERICAN MADE QUALITY: To ensure that our signs meet the highest of quality standards, we manufacture them right here in the United States. Our STOP sign is manufactured using high quality, durable 5052 aluminum and 3M  reflective. The aluminum we use is 80 mil thick and treated to resist any corrosion or dust, ensuring longevity. The sign construction specifications are rated by 3M to last for at least 7 years without fading.
  • LEADING MANUFACTURER: Since 1985, Highway Traffic Supply has been a leading manufacturer and seller of MUTCD compliant traffic safety signs and supplies (including federal and state specifications). Besides STOP signs, we manufacture signs for no parking, tow away, handicap, private community, security, surveillance, and more! We are proud to deliver high end products by exceeding industry standards and specifications, all while manufacturing in the United States.