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Handicap Wheelchair Ramp Signs

Handicap Wheelchair Ramp Sign

SKU# R7-8d

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Handicap Wheelchair Ramp Sign Details:

  • Sign is manufactured on durable rust-proof .080" aluminum
  • Pre-punched 3/8" mounting holes in top and bottom for easy installation.
  • Meets M.U.T.C.D. specifications for highway use.
  • See in our catalog on page 14.

In Stock - Usually ships same or next business day.

High Intensity Prismatic Reflective on .080" Aluminum:

1 to 4 5 to 9 10 +
High Intensity Prismatic
High Intensity Prismatic
12" x 18" $34.54 $32.81 $31.09

Full Cube Prismatic Reflective on .080" Aluminum:

1 to 4 5 to 9 10 +
Full Cube Prismatic
Full Cube Prismatic
12" x 18" $44.77 $42.53 $40.29

Available Reflective Finishes:

High Intensity Prismatic Reflective Full Cube Prismatic Reflective
High Intensity Prismatic
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  • Most common reflective finish used for traffic signs
  • Meets federal minimum requirements
  • 10 Year Outdoor Durability
Full Cube Prismatic
Pick traffic sign finish
  • Brightest and most visible
  • Exceeds federal minimum requirements
  • 10 Year Outdoor Durability



Handicap Ramp

Handicap Symbol

Handicapped Parking

Handicap Parking Only

Handicap Parking Only

Handicap Parking Only

Handicap Wheelchair Ramp

Sign Posts

A galvanized u channel postA picture of a green u channel sign postA round post used to install signsA picture of a square post that has holes from top to bottom

Sign Installation Hardware

A picture of different hardware used for sign mountingDifferent break away hardware for safely install signs

Other Handicap Parking Signs

Reserved Parking Handicap SymbolHandicap Parking OnlyHandicap SymbolHandicap RampHandicap Entrance With ArrowHandicap Wheelchair RampHandicap Parking OnlyHandicapped Disabled ParkingHandicapped Van Accessible ParkingHandicapped ParkingBlue Customer Specified FineGreen Customer Specified FineVan AccessibleVan AccessibleCalifornia Handicap Parking Only Minimum Fine 250Unauthorized Vehicles Not Displaying Distinguishing PlacardsConnecticut Handicapped Parking Permit Required Violators Will Be FinedDelaware Reserved Parking Permit RequiredFlorida Parking By Disabled Permit OnlyFlorida Parking By Disabled Permit OnlyGeorgia Permit Parking Only Tow Away ZoneIllinois Reserved Parking 250 FineMassachusetts Handicapped Parking Special Plate RequiredMichigan Reserved Parking OnlyMinnesota Parking Vehicle Id RequiredMissouri Parking 50 To 300 FineMontana Reserved Parking Permit RequiredNew Jersey Handicapped ParkingNorth Carolina Reserved ParkingOhio Handicapped Parking OnlyOregon Handicapped Parking With DMV Disabled Permit OnlyPennsylvania Violators Subject To Fine And TowingTennessee Reserved ParkingVirginia Handicapped PenaltyWashington Reserved Parking State Disabled Parking Permit RequiredWest Virginia Reserved Parking Up To 500 FineWisconsin Reserved ParkingReserved Parking Accessible SymbolAccessible Parking OnlyHandicap Parking OnlyUnauthorized Vehicles Not Displaying Distinguishing Placards

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MUTCD Sign Code #: R7-8d
Shape: Vertical Rectangle
Color: WHITE on BLUE
Available Sizes and Weights:Size: 12" x 18"; Ship Weight: 1.9 lbs
Available Styles:High Intensity Prismatic Reflective on .080" Aluminum
Full Cube Prismatic Reflective on .080" Aluminum
Full Description:

R7-8d have a blue background color. The text and border are white and it is in the shape of a vertical rectangle.

Mounting Hole Placement: Mounting Hole Diagram for Handicap Wheelchair Ramp Sign

Example Use:

A Handicap Wheelchair Ramp Sign is incredibly useful in public spaces, such as shopping centers, schools, or government buildings, to ensure that individuals with mobility challenges can easily identify and access entrance ramps. For instance, consider a scenario where Mr. Anderson, who uses a wheelchair due to a spinal injury, visits a newly opened community library. Without a clear sign indicating the location of the wheelchair ramp, he might struggle to find an accessible entrance, wasting time and facing unnecessary inconvenience. However, with a prominently placed Handicap Wheelchair Ramp Sign, Mr. Anderson can immediately identify the appropriate pathway, making his visit smoother and more enjoyable. Such signage not only offers practical direction but also demonstrates inclusivity and consideration for all members of the community.