Radarsign News Releases

Radarsign in the News: Calif. Businesses Fund Signs to Keep Students Safe

The students of Humbolt County, CA, will be safer when school starts because two local businesses, North Fork Lumber and Green Diamond, cared enough to fund two new driver speed signs from Radarsign. The solar-powered signs were installed near a school bus stop. Read the article here: http://ow.ly/gZDj50FCiSi

Radarsign in the News: Officer.com Features Quotes from Radarsign Customers in 2020

Customers across the US speak with us every day, letting Radarsign know why they purchased, what they like, and what keeps them coming back. Officer.com picked up specific feedback on the quality and reliability of Radarsign driver speed signs, as well as outstanding customer service — attributes that Radarsign customers spoke about during 2020.

Radarsign in the News: ZIZ TV Covers the Delivery of 4 Radarsign TC-600s to the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force

MARIETTA, Ga., June 09, 2020—In an effort to make streets safer by slowing speeding drivers, Windsor University School of Medicine purchased and donated four solar-powered TC-600s from Radarsign to the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF).  Radarsign is the manufacturer of the world’s first armored radar speed sign. Director of Safety and Security […]

Radarsign in the News: School Zone Safety and Data Collection Are Driving Forces Behind Three Fork’s Radarsign Purchase

MARIETTA, Ga., May 21, 2020—The small town of Three Forks, Montana is celebrating safer school zones with the arrival of a new Radarsign TC-400. The delivery and installation of the sign was covered by journalist Jack H. Smith at Three Forks Voice. The portable driver feedback sign from Radarsign—the manufacturer of the world’s first armored […]

Radarsign in the News: Great Bend Tribune Calls Radarsign’s TC-600 “Another cop on duty”

MARIETTA, Ga., May 21, 2020—The City of Great Bend, Kansas recently welcomed the arrival of two solar-powered, TC-600 driver feedback signs from Radarsign because, according Police Chief David Bailey, “officers cannot be everywhere, all the time” and these radar speed signs “serve as an extra officer, 24/7.” Journalist Dale Hogg with the Great Bend Tribune covered […]