Customer Reviews and Testimonials

Radarsign is a trusted source for the best quality radar speed signs on the market today.

Here is what our customers have to say about us:

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“They are ideal for our rural area, where we have a lot of 2-lane roads at 65 miles per hour that drop down to 45 going through small towns. They definitely catch drivers’ attention.”

— February 2024 | Sam Sanders, Traffic Operations Manager, Colorado DOT Region 5 | Durango (CO) | Population: 19,223 (2021), 202402

“We learned about Radarsign, and initially bought one to try as a replacement for the previous manufacturer’s sign whose housing failed. Since that time, we’ve replaced all the signs with Radarsign brand and even purchased some additional units.”

— February 2024 | Mike Likley, Traffic Analyst | St. John’s County (FL) | Population: 292,466 (2021), 202402

“We looked at several vendors, and chose Radarsign because of the ballistic glass that covers the sign face, the durability, and the life of the LEDs. It’s a great product; and speeds have decreased by a significant amount. We’ve never had any problems. Once they’re up, they’re up. We’re trying to implement more in the future.”

— January 2024 | Joe Huerta, Traffic Signal Supervisor | City of Brighton (CO) | Population: 40,693 (2021), 202401

“As a city, we have to get 3 bids for every project and are dictated to go with the low bid. Radarsign met all our needs and still offered the best price.”

— January 2024 | Kyle Kammermeier, Transportation Engineer | City of Lakewood (CO) | Population: 156,605 (2021), 202401

“As long as we’ve had them, the Radarsign brand signs have been doing great. We have a few from another manufacturer that aren’t nearly as dependable and they’re really calming the traffic down.”

— December 2023 | Bill Copa, Senior Electrician | City of Pompano Beach (FL) | Population: 111,348 (2021), 202312

“As a city, we have to get 3 bids for every project and are dictated to go with the low bid. Radarsign met all our needs and still offered the best price.”

— December 2023 | Kyle Kammermeier, Transportation Engineer | City of Lakewood (CO) | Population: 156,605 (2021), 202312

“Radarsign was always our first choice. Our experience with Radarsign has been great; I have no complaints….We purchased the sign with the blue and red flashers option, and it’s quite alarming to some drivers; they make the adjustment pretty quick. We definitely see people slow down when they see the signs.”

— November 2023 | Brian Calabro, Maintenance Manager, Rogue Valley International Airport | City of Medford (OR) | Population: 86,367 (2021), 202311

“On a 35 mile per hour roadway, where the average speed was almost 39 mph, the signs brought that down to 35.5. Peak speeds there were at 44 mph and came down to 41. What we learned is that the average, more responsible driver is much more in tune with the sign than the 85 percentile drivers who tend to ignore it no matter what.”

“The devices themselves have functioned very well. We can have harsh winters and it gets really hot in the summers, and they’ve held up extremely well. Our TC-600S signs have been reliable in every way, and Radarsign’s customer service, sales and tech support have been terrific.”

— November 2023 | Jarrod Huff, Staff Engineer | City of Carmel (IN) | Population: 100,777 (2021), 202311

“We had specific locations in mind for the initial 6 pairs of signs we purchased. We performed traffic studies before and after installing the TC-600s and found we were getting a 20% reduction in speeding. So we bought another pair of signs the following fiscal year.”

“Most of the signs are on our local collectors, where we have higher traffic volume and where speed tables would slow emergency vehicles more than we want. With the signs, we get more positive feedback than negative, whereas with the speed tables, we get more negative than positive.”

— November 2023 | Mike Cash, Public Works Manager | City of Sanford (FL) | Population: 60,681 (2021), 202311

“There’s a high demand for the signs; people want them on their street. The signs definitely help people recognize the actual speed they’re driving – and slowing them down. We’re very happy with everything we’ve gotten from Radarsign.”

— November 2023 | Sgt. Donald Ahrenberg, Town of North Castle Police Department | Armonk (NY) | Population: 12,212 (2018), 202311

“They’re absolutely working as we hoped. In fact, I’m a council member in my town and we just ordered 2 more signs. The data from our Radarsign speed signs tells the real story; it gives us the power to say it’s OK here, and we need to concentrate on this area.”

— October 2023 | Capt. Chad Miller, Johnstown Police Department | City of Johnstown (PA) | Population: 18,238 (2021), 202310

“We wanted a ‘one-man show,’ something one officer could just grab and go without having to make sure there was a pickup available and a ladder or anything else. The TC-400s are our primary means to address speeding complaints. We bought our second TC-400 within a year of the first, so we didn’t have any lag time before putting out the next sign. And then this third sign lets us respond even more quickly to complaints. They allow us to show data so they know what’s actually going on in their neighborhoods.”

— October 2023 | Officer Don Stoner, Fox Chapel Police Department | Town of Fox Chapel (PA) | Population: 5,343 (2020), 202310

“We looked at several vendors, but only Radarsign really fit with what we needed. Most couldn’t display a low enough speed for us for use in a warehouse – Radarsign does. And Radarsign has really good ratings from their customers. We felt we’d be better served by going with your brand. The sign does exactly what we need it to do.”

— July 2023 | Jeff Martin, Komatsu, Senior EHS Specialist | Chattanooga (TN), 202307

“We had a tow-behind speed trailer that was on its last legs and finally rusted out. The replacement cost was substantial, so I started looking online and came across these radar speed signs. I decided to go with Radarsign because the TC-400 best fit my needs. These signs do exactly what we wanted them to do.”

— 202307 | Chief Troy Mills , Sutherlin PD | City of Sutherlin (OR) | Population: 8,593 (2021), 202307

“The TC-400 signs give us a lot of data, and definitely helps with data trends. I usually collect data for 4-8 streets each month. We use it in our end-of-year reports to the county to show our high priority areas for enforcement.”

“The Radarsign brand signs are also a ‘feel good’ measure for our area. It lets the citizens know we’re there and keeping an eye on things without having to be out there all the time. It’s been a great tool for us.”

— June 2023 | Sgt. Eric Redman | Lincoln County (MO) | Population: 61,586 (2021), 202306

“We really like the mobility of the TC-400 signs – we can put them where we need them. They work well for us – just as advertised… Having Radarsign speed signs at the school has caused more brake lights than anything else we’ve done.”

— June 2023 | Wendell Ewan, Streets Supervisor | City of Three Forks (MT) | Population: 1,991 (2021), 202306

“Radarsign TC-400 has been up since the day it arrived and we’ve never had a bit of trouble. It’s a great tool, a very good asset for our department. I don’t have to put an officer out there – I can just use the sign.”

— June 2023 | Capt. Andre Massey, Port Royal PD | Town of Port Royal (SC) | Population: 13,169 (2021), 202306

“We have over 2 years of data collected by our TC-600 and, despite the complaints we get, the overwhelming majority of drivers do not speed. The data we’ve collected disproves the common beliefs about speeding in our area.”

— May 2023 | Chief Robert Millin, Mar-Mac Police Department | City of Marquette (IA) | Population: 430 (2021), 202305

“We’ve had fewer complaints in the areas where we post the signs. We have 6 brackets for our three signs and move them around the four wards of the city, particularly school zones, and our parks and recreation areas.”

— May 2023 | Joseph Scheid, Director of Public Safety | City of Coldwater (MI) | Population: 13,894 (2021), 202305

“We noticed a definite decrease in speeding, and the signs continue to catch drivers’ attention and they slow down. Radarsign has a really good product in the TC-600S. They’ve done really well in the Iowa weather; we’ve had no issues at all.”

— April 2023 | Sarah Geisinger, City Clerk | City of Vincent (IA) | Population: 128 (2021), 202304

“It works great, slows traffic. But good data is the most important thing we get from it. As the halfway point between New York and Florida, we always have traffic. In fact, we’re one of the top four counties in North Carolina for driver crashes each year, with 75,000-140,000 vehicles going through town every day.”

— April 2023 | Captain James Grady, Interim Chief of Police | Town of Smithfield (NC) | Population: 11,630 (2021), 202304

“Streetsmart software is super easy to use…It’s easy to download data and upload the info; it gives us good information and lets us know if we need to be able to sit at that location at a certain time.”

— March 2023 | Cody Thompson, Patrol Officer | City of Independence (MN) | Population: 3,701 (2021), 202303

“Complaints about excessive speeding have dropped 70 percent since we installed the sign. Having that radarsign light up has created awareness for drivers that someone just complaining doesn’t. Complaints can be subjective – what seems excessive speeding to you might not seem that way to me. But when the sign tells them they’re definitely speeding, then they need to do something about it.”

” We bought additional brackets and installed them, so it’s easy to move the sign to other streets as needed. We move it around 2-3 times each week”

— March 2023 | Jacques Letendre, HOA President | Ocean Waterway HOA, Dania Beach (FL), 202303

“I am more than satisfied with our TC-400 signs and the results we get. We run the signs for about 10 days in each location, moving them according to citizen complaints as well as plans for various roadways. We can collect data to see if we actually have problems with speeders in certain areas, and we can take traffic counts too.”

“After we started putting our signs up around the county, the Sheriff’s department was here asking a bunch of questions, and they ended up buying 2 signs as well.”

— February 2023 | Michael Weather, Road Superintendent | County of Oconee (GA) | Population: 43,023 (2021), 202302

“We selected Radarsign (the first time) because of price and reputation for service. Our second purchase with upgraded remote data access is even better than the first.”

— January 2023 | James Moreau, City Administrator | City of Norton (KS) | Population: 2,758 (2021), 202301

“The signs do just what we want them to: slow drivers down.”

— January 2023 | Tim Windrim, DPW Supervisor | Village of Thompsonville (MI) | Population: 477 (2021), 202301

“These signs definitely get people’s attention…When we started researching radar speed signs, I contacted some of our sister campuses. There are 16 campuses in the UNC system, and many of them were using Radarsign. So we chose Radarsign as well. The signs work well and we’re now long-time customers.”

— December 2022 | Capt. Steven DeDona | UNC Greensboro Police Department | Greensboro (NC) | Population: 298,263 (2021), 202212

“We started with two, then went to four, and now we’re up to 10 radar speed signs in the city. The Radarsign brand signs are easy to maintain …practically maintenance free.”

— December 2022 | Bill Copa, Senior Electrician | City of Pompano Beach, | Pompano Beach (FL) | Population: 111,348 (2021), 202212

“I’ve seen your products and what they can do. Everything has worked exceptionally well. I fully intend to order more from Radarsign in the future.”

— December 2022 | Andrew Gallegos, Traffic State Maintenance Engineer | New Mexico DOT | Sante Fe (NM) | Population: 88,193 (2021), 202212

“We chose Radarsign because of their excellent reviews and customer service, and our salesperson was very responsive and very thorough.”

— October 2022 | Dan Nesselt, CCD Site Manager | Lake Bernadette Community Development District | Zephyrhills (FL) | Population: 16,062 (2020), 202210

“I couldn’t tell you the last time we’ve had an incident since installing our TC-600S signs. People see that speed flashing and they slow down immediately. It really catches everyone’s eye and we’re very pleased with our Radarsign purchase.”

— October 2022 | Tony Deem, Superintendent | Southern Local Schools | Racine (OH) | Population: 763 (2020), 202210

“The traffic study after installation showed that the sign has helped slow traffic 3-4 miles an hour from the 85th percentile – and anything is good. Our radar sign is doing what it’s supposed to.”

— October 2022 | Scott Gunter, Traffic Operations Manager | Forsyth County (GA) | Population: 236,605 (2020), 202210

“We really liked the portability aspect of the Radarsign products. We looked at 4 or 5 manufacturers, then chose Radarsign primarily because of its portability. We can put those signs all over town. From deployment, we’ve seen them change the behavior…It has helped us tremendously.”

“And our TC-400 is so easy to use! I also drive a school bus. I’ve found that I can sit on my bus when I’m stopped near the signs, download the data and take it to the office.”

— September 2022 | Amy Rudy, Administrative Specialist | Boonesboro Police Department | Boonesboro (MD) | Population: 19,466 (2020), 202209

“It was a good move to purchase a TC-400. In fact, it was so good that I opted to order a second sign for more coverage.”

— September 2022 | Chief Bill Berry | City of Belle Plaine Police Department | Belle Plaine (KS) | Population: 1,473 (2020), 202209

“Besides its mobility, the price of the TC-400 was what we were looking for. It’s lightweight, installation is easy and everything is user-friendly. I call it our ‘suitcase radar,’ because we can just pop it off the pole and set it back up in a new location so easily…Our first sign, the TC-400, reduced speeding complaints so well that we hardly ever get them anymore. We noticed the same reaction when we installed the TC-600 signs: people hit the brakes when they see the signs. Most people just don’t realize how fast they’re going – they don’t pay attention. The signs make them more aware of their speed and location.”

— August 2022 | Mike Schopp, Public Works Manager | Village of Mackinaw (IL) | Population: 1,970 (2020), 202208

“Our TC-600s have been up and running less than a year, and I’ve seen complaints drop drastically – by 95 percent at least – and speeds decrease 80 percent. The Radarsign brand signs work great.”

— July 2022 | Lt. Jim Ward, Traffic Enforcement | Franklin County Sheriff’s Office | Frankin County (FL) | Population: 11,914 (2020), 202207

“Our community really liked the idea of radar signs; we also knew that the average traffic speeds were 37-45 miles per hour, which is well above the posted limits…The Radarsign brand signs have worked well. They’re a good reminder that school’s in, kids are crossing and there’s just too much traffic for you to be driving faster than the limit.”

— June 2022 | Jeremy King, Public Works Supervisor, & Nancy Ellis, City Planner | East Grand Forks (MN) | Population: 8,555 (2020), 202206

“We looked at several signs and manufacturers, and chose Radarsign because of its customer service responsiveness, the price, and everything that came with the sign for the price…Working with Radarsign has been great. Anytime I’ve had a question, I just email the customer service folks and get a quick response. It’s helped me respond quickly to our council members and citizens.”

— June 2022 | Hannah Driskell, Town Clerk | Town of Magnolia Springs (AL) | Population: 1,129 (2020), 202206

“Our Radarsign brand signs are giving us what we’re looking for, which is useful data on traffic and speeds. The signs work. They’re a deterrent to speeding…One of the biggest pluses for us was that the Streetsmart software was a one-time purchase, rather than an annual license fee like most other manufacturers we looked at, especially with the size of our department and funding concerns.”

— June 2022 | Jason Bell, Marine City Police Department Office Manager | Marine City (MI) | Population: 4,083 (2020), 202206

“Four thousand new students arrive each year and we want them to be aware of the speed limit before they get a ticket. The awareness these signs provide is a huge benefit.”

— May 2022 | M. Rice, Chief of University Police, Mississippi State University PD | Starkville (MS) | Population: 25,387 (2019), 202205
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