Rubber wheel stops provide a highly durable means of stopping vehicles within a parking space. Wheel stops help to prevent damage to nearby assets and deter vehicles from moving beyond a designated area.
Why use rubber wheel stops?
Rubber wheel stops are harder wearing and much more cost-effective when compared to concrete wheel stops. Because they are made from rubber they are less likely to rot or crack and are easier to replace.
A popular wheel stop option among Pittman customers is the XPT Wheel Stop 1800mm Yellow. This excellent rubber wheel stop is made from recycled rubber for long-lasting protection. Unlike cheaper options the highly visible yellow markings are moulded into the stop instead of using an adhesive that is likely to come off over time.
How to install rubber wheel stops?
To install rubber wheel stops simply drill the pilot holes, put the stops in place and then tighten into position.
With the XPT Wheel Stop 1800mm White the fixings will allow for fixing into concrete or tarmac.
Rubber Wheel Stops for HGVs?
Truck wheel stops are made from extremely tough rubber that can accommodate the larger vehicle wheels. A single wheel stop will be required for each vehicle wheel. Having them in place will significantly reduce the risk of vehicle collisions in loading bays.
The MKII HGV Wheel Stop provides an excellent means for trucks to come to a stop safely within a confined space. HGV rubber wheel stops are popular in the likes of freight depots and loading bays.
Yes, we can ship worldwide from our Athy, UK and European warehouses. Our warehouse team ship stock items daily across Ireland and UK. For non-stock items or shipping to Europe and the rest of the world contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Standard delivery on stock items is approximately 2-3 days from date of order. Non-stock items and bespoke items may deliver from one of our UK or European warehouses and can range range from 2 to 8 weeks.
Please note that all delivery times are estimates only and we are not responsible for any event or delay out of our control.
We ship orders daily using Fastway, DHL and various pallet services. The standard shipping charge is €14.50 for single or small quantities that can go with a regular courier.
Larger items and quantities may require delivery via pallet service. Pallet charges range from €80.00 for single pallets or €160.00 for double pallets.
Please note that shipping charges are subject to change at any time.
We accept all Laser, Mastercard, Visa and Paypal payments through our website or over the phone. If you would prefer to pay via bank transfer we can send you a pro-forma invoice with our relevant bank details. Orders are processed once full payment has been received.
We offer a 30-day no quibble returns policy on stock items only. If you would like to return stock items you can do so easily by returning them to our main Athy office at your cost.
Please note all items must be in original condition and packaging. Any refunds will be made once the items are checked by our warehouse team and deemed to be in good condition.
We do not accept returns of non-stock or bespoke items. See full details on our shipping and returns page.