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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“My officers love the signs because they can just put it in their car and go…and Streetsmart software helps us to know when to assign officers to an area if it turns out there is a problem, instead of guessing when to send them out.”

“I would recommend the Radarsign brand and buy more.”

— January 2021 | Lieutenant Chad Shoultes | City of Monroe Police Department – Monroe (NC) | Population: 35,105 (2019), 202101

“We’ve had zero battery issues. They run 24/7, just like you expect them to. You (at Radarsign) have a great product. We’re very happy with our decision and with the signs.

— January 2021 | Chief William Drollinger | Village of Bellaire (MI) | Population: 1,015 (2019), 202101

“We have 2 TC-600S signs — 1 purchased about 5 yrs ago and 1 in 11/2019. Once we got our signs set up, they’ve never quit working. It’s a “set it and forget it” kind of thing.”

— Robert Gray, Plant Engineer / West Central Turkeys – Pelican Rapids (MN), December 2020, 202012

“We looked at other vendors. Nobody had anything of substance. Radarsign had everything we were looking for.”

— Ken Hopkins, Chief of Police, Town of Brookford – Hickory (NC), December 2020, 202012

“Our local power company wanted us off the grid as part of the county’s efforts to go green. We realized we could enhance safety and go green by switching from hardwired to solar radar signs.”

— December 2020 | Don Christian, ADA Program Manager, Escambia County (FL), 202012

“Residents love the signs because they can sit and watch drivers’ reactions. I’ve sat in my unmarked car and watched drivers get on the brakes when the sign starts flashing that they’re going too fast.

— December 2020 | Lieutenant Chad Shoultes, City of Monroe Police Department – Monroe (NC), 202012

“I looked at everybody that was out there. I liked the quality of Radarsign. I liked the durability, the YouTube video showing the design and manufacturing, and especially the vandalism part. I was also impressed with the traffic reporting capabilities. ..Our department of public works installed the signs, and then told me, “That’s one beefy sign — not just a flimsy piece of plastic we’ll have to replace”

— December 2020 | William Drollinger, Chief of Police, Village of Bellaire (MI), 202012

“Some of our Radarsigns have been up for more than 12 years, and we’ve never even had to upgrade. They just work. “

— Kevin Smith, Engineering Technician, City of Alpharetta – Alpharetta (GA), November 2020, 202011

“We narrowed our choices to two vendors and Radarsign just had more to offer. The price might have been slightly higher — but we were able to make the justification because of the enhanced capabilities.”

“We get great data from the TC-600s. It’s a good opportunity to see when the volume (of traffic) occurs, and to explain that the perception that ‘everybody’s speeding’ isn’t necessarily accurate. In fact, we’ve shown that most violators are going 1-5 miles per hour over the posted speed limit.”

— Lt. Kevin Nestor, Management Analyst Michael Munger, City of Treasure Island – Treasure Island (FL), November 2020, 202011

“They actually work better than what we were expecting. No one in our department had prior use or knowledge, so we’ve been pleased. If we need another driver speed sign, we’ll get it from Radarsign.”

— Michael McCormick, Building Maintenance Supervisor, City of New Smyrna Beach – New Smyrna Beach (FL), October 2020, 202010

“Had a few people hit by (speeding) cars in dark areas. We wanted to get people to slow down. There hasn’t been an accident since installing the signs. The flashing lights actually get people’s attention, and they’ve helped quite a bit.”

— Joe Nall, Streets Supervisor, City of Ketchikan – Ketchikan (AK), October 2020, 202010

“Our law enforcement was seeing that they didn’t need to have as many officers on duty in the school zones once the signs went up. The sheriff was able to pull resources out of the school zones because the citizens were now respecting the speed limits. I’d say that, over all, speeds were cut in half by using the radar signs.”

— Don Christian, ADA Program Manager, Escambia County – Escambia County (FL), October 2020, 202010

“Our enforcement officers love them; they feel they’re really working and have encouraged us to get more signs. Our residents have been overwhelmingly positive — they like the effect they’re seeing when folks slow down.”

“Our city ordinances require bids from multiple vendors, so I got quotes from 5 when I started looking. Radarsign wasn’t necessarily the lowest priced quote — it was right in the middle of the five — but I recommended it to the city council because I just liked Radarsign’s reputation and data collection capabilities. Now I’ve recommended the Radarsign brand to other municipalities that have noticed the signs and come to ask about them.”

— Jonathan Smith, City Manager, Village of Clarkston – Clarkston (MI), September 2020, 202009

“Currently I have 6 TC-600S signs purchased early 2019; I am also responsible for 6 additional, non-Radarsign brand signs. We tried other brands, then found Radarsign. They’re just a lot easier to work with and the charts are easier to see and understand.”

— TJ Langley, Sign Engineer, Taney County – Taney County (MO), September 2020, 202009

“I know we used to sit there and within only a couple of minutes we’d be able to stop somebody for speeding. Now my traffic guys pretty much ignore that area because the radar sign is taking care of the problem.”

— Lt. Dennis Ward, Dept. of Public Safety, City of Grants Pass – Grants Pass (OR), September 2020, 202009

“Having the sign visible confirms to the public that we’re concerned about safety and makes drivers aware that we’re paying attention.”

— Mike Terson, Superintendent of Communications and Marketing, Buffalo Grove Park District – Buffalo Grove (IL), September 2020, 202009

“It would be expensive to add salary for a security guard to be available daily to monitor the area for speeding. The sign is a small thing that could have cost substantially more and it’s paying for itself.”

“We wanted to make sure we reduced speeding, which the sign has done. Even without looking at the data, you can tell people have slowed down.”

— Sergio Guzman, Security and Access Control Manager, Pine Crest School – Ft. Lauderdale (FL), August 2020, 202008

“It’s reasonably priced. The set up and instructions were good. It’s impressive and stays on all the time. Our Model TC-600S is a pretty rugged item that can handle the elements.”

— Sergio Guzman, Security and Access Control Manager, Pine Crest School – Ft. Lauderdale (FL), August 2020, 202008

“In the past, we’d go sit and run radar to respond to complaints of speeding. Now the signs free a deputy to do other tasks. We’re seeing about an 80% reduction in speeding in the areas where the signs are placed.”

— Capt. Jason Daniels, Hyde County Sheriff’s Office – Ocracoke (NC), July 2020, 202007

“If I put a sign on someone’s road, we immediately get texts thanking us that it’s there. Some residents have volunteered their property for the next place to put the signs.”

“Our community is very supportive of the signs. My boss, the sheriff, is very supportive. I can’t praise the signs enough”

— Capt. Jason Daniels, Hyde County Sheriff’s Office – Ocracoke (NC), July 2020, 202007

“I started researching safety measures we could add, and found that several of the 17 schools in the UNC system were using the Radarsign brand. I contacted them and got great feedback.”

— Capt. Steven DeDona, UNC Greensboro Police Department – City of Greensboro (NC), June 2020, 202006

“All our signs function well, and the public perception of them is positive. People see them and appreciate them being on the roadways.”

— Allen Reid, Senior Traffic Operations Engineer, City of Greenville – Greenville (NC), May 2020, 202005

“We want to make sure everyone’s safe. You can put up a regular speed sign — which is OK. But when they’re flashing at you, they’re more effective.”

— Jerry Bailey, Tacoma Power Generation: Port Blakely – City of Tumwater (WA), May 2020, 202005

“We’re a major route between Columbia, SC and Myrtle Beach. We have roughly 12,000 vehicles come through each day. Just about every car I see approach the sign, I also see brake lights.”

“It’s easy to put up and take down, very accessible to my officers.”

— Chief Keith Grice, City of Manning Police Department – Manning (SC), April 2020, 202004

“In one area, someone pulled up the entire sign — the street sign, pole, and radar sign, and dumped it in a ditch. We washed it off and it worked just fine.”

— Chief Keith Grice, City of Manning Police Department – Manning (SC), April 2020, 202004

“We’ve had absolutely no problem with any of our Radarsigns at all. In fact, the very first one we installed got knocked over by a fellow driving a dump truck — and it still works like it’s new. “

— Larry Springs, Street Division Chief, City of Broken Arrow – Broken Arrow (OK), April 2020, 202004

“We wanted to get the meat and potatoes. Radarsign had more of what we specifically wanted. We could get the bells and whistles if we wanted them, but we didn’t have to purchase them just to get the basics.”

— Lt. Mark Hollandsworth, Support Services Div., Montgomery Co. Sheriff’s Office – Montgomery (AL), March 2020, 202003

“The community really loves the sign. When we use it in a new area, we start getting more calls about putting it in other areas. Demand in the county is so great, and we’ve got such a good response to it that my goal is to purchase another sign in next year’s budget.”

— Jeffrey Gooden, Corporal over Special Operations Division, Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office – Harrisonburg (VA), March 2020, 202003

“The TC-400 is a very useful tool. If someone complains about speeders — especially in neighborhoods — we move the sign to that area and collect the data. Then we call the person who voiced the complaint to come in and we go over the data with them. They’re usually surprised to see that the problem isn’t as bad as they thought. In some neighborhoods where it’s already been, the residents are now asking for it to come back.”

— Chief Bruce Hedley, City of Lilburn PD – Lilburn (GA), February 2020, 202002

“We’ve seen a 30-40 percent reduction in people speeding. I would definitely recommend the TC-400. It’s really simple to use, easy to set up and the battery life is pretty incredible.”

— Chris Lohrengel, Deputy Project Leader, US Fish and Wildlife Refuge – Las Vegas (NM), February 2020, 202002

“I’m not about writing tickets and don’t particularly enjoy doing that. My thoughts are about compliance and keeping people safe. Many citizens in our community have thanked us for putting up the sign. I even had one person say, ‘Bring it back over here. I forget to drive 25.”

— Chief Bill Berry, City of Belle Plaine PD – Belle Plaine (KS), January 2020, 202001

“We have a highway where part of it is a school zone. I really like that I can set the sign to change, so it’s 20 miles per hour during school hours, then back to 35 miles per hour at other times.”

— Chief Tom Connell, Village of Hamel PD-Hamel (IL), December 2019, 201912

“As of Oct 25, 2019, I retired from the City of Muscle Shoals. Thank you for all the help you’ve given me over the years. I wish all vendors were as easy to work with as Radarsign, LLC.”

— Scott Hamilton, Assistant Director, Muscle Shoals Public Works – Muscle Shoals (AL), November 2019, 201911

“We bought one TC-400 to see what it could do, especially compared to our old, bulky trailer, which is large, expensive, and relatively portable. The city council liked it so much, we bought two more.”

“The TC-400 signs are a great asset for us. They’re pretty simple to use; our community service officers download the data and it goes smoothly. The battery life is really good. We haven’t had any issues whatsoever. They are an important part of our traffic safety program. Since we can pinpoint the times motorists are more likely to speed, it makes our patrols more effective.”

— Commander John Winters, City of Rosemount PD – Rosemount (MN), November 2019, 201911

“I looked at lots of vendors, but I bought from Radarsign because the city I live in uses them. A couple of cities around us have signs from a competitor, but I didn’t like the way their displays looked. The TC-400s are brighter and easier to read from a distance.”

“With the sign, we’ve seen a 12-15 percent reduction in speed. I’m very happy: it’s doing exactly what I wanted it to do.”

— Chief Scott Yeiter, City of Lewiston PD – Lewiston (MN), October 2019, 201910

“The Radarsign signs are leaps and bounds better than the other product we have. The size, portability and mounting is easier with Radarsign. I highly recommend them to other agencies.”

“My guys download the traffic data from onto their Apple and Android phones without a problem.”

— Lt. Peter Turcotte, Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office – Canton (GA), October 2019, 201910

“Our TC-600 looks professional and operates professionally. We’re very pleased with how it’s working for us. I’d say we’re 100 percent satisfied with our purchase”

— Jochen Woern, Director of Production Safety, Siemens – Sacramento (CA), September, 2019, 201909

“Up front, I told the mayor, “We don’t need it, it’s a waste of money.” By the fall, I told him, “I do believe it’s made a difference.” Once we got it in and got it installed, I changed my mind. I’m glad we have it now. It’s a wonderful tool: it really does slow traffic down.”

“It gets people’s attention. They slow down. You can sit a few blocks away and watch people hitting their brakes. We have residents ask, “Could you put that on our street?” And we like to do that.”

“It’s a good quality sign, heavy duty. The batteries last longer than we expected them to, and they’re easy to charge overnight. All around, it’s got good function and is user friendly.”

— Chief Rick McDaniel, City of Belmond PD – Belmond (IA), August 2019, 201908

“The StreetSmart software helps us determine if we have a problem in a certain area. I don’t even have to get out of my car to pull data or make changes.”

— Chief Rick McDaniel, City of Belmond PD – Belmond (IA), August 2019, 201908

“We even got feedback from our trucking company that it was beneficial to them; truckers often don’t think about their speed once they get onto property. It’s a good visual, a nice flashing reminder — and installed high enough that truckers can see it.”

— Ken Thomas, Maintenance Manager, Alliant Energy – Cedar Rapids (IA), August 2019, 201908
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