Rubber Wheel Guard

A rubber wheel guard is usually found in the parking lots of a building and mounted on the parking floor. The dimension of the guard is almost identical to other wheel guards found in other parking areas because it is already part of the building code that protects motorists in any accident that may occur. Its primary purpose is to assist the driver when maneuvering in the parking area, and when the wheels hit the wheel guards, the car is already in the correct position.

There are also cases where a driver or mechanical failure occurs. The vehicle might suddenly accelerate to the sidewalk or collide with another car, so it is essential to have a wheel guard to prevent any accident. Wheel guards used to be made of cement and have a shorter lifespan than rubber-made. Our rubber wheel guards are made of high-grade compound materials and have good elasticity properties, so they will not be damaged immediately.

Why You Use a Rubber Wheel Guard

As someone who has worked in the parking industry for many years, I can say with certainty that one of the most overlooked pieces of safety equipment is the rubber wheel guard. Parking lot managers and owners should consider using these guards to protect their customers and employees.

  1. They were designed to keep vehicles from slipping off a raised surface. They work by channeling the water away from the tire, which gives it more traction. This is especially important in icy or wet conditions but can also be helpful on dry surfaces.
  2. Provide a measure of safety for your customers and employees.
  3. It can help reduce the amount of wear and tear on your pavement.

Importance of Rubber Wheel Guards in Parking Lots

Rubber wheel guards play a crucial role in parking lots by providing safety benefits to prevent accidents and assisting drivers in maneuvering vehicles, ultimately protecting motorists in case of sudden acceleration or mechanical failure. These wheel guards are a barrier between the vehicle’s wheels and potential hazards, such as curbs or other vehicles. They help prevent vehicles from slipping off raised surfaces, ensuring better traction, especially in wet or icy conditions. Additionally, rubber wheel guards offer longevity advantages compared to cement-based alternatives.

Made from high-grade compound materials with good elasticity properties, they are more damage-resistant and have a longer lifespan. This makes them a cost-effective solution for parking lot owners and managers, reducing maintenance costs associated with frequent repairs or replacements of traditional cement wheel guards.

Installation Process

Installing a rubber wheel guard in a parking lot is a process that can be completed by a professional or someone experienced with construction. The first step is to mark the area where the guard will be installed using spray paint or chalk. Once the area is marked, the next step is removing any existing pavement markings or debris. After the area has been cleared, the next step is to install the base of the guard. The floor can be installed using either screws or adhesive.

Once the ground is in place, the next step is to install the top of the guard. The top of the guard can be installed in one of two ways: by fitting it into place or securing it with screws. Once the top of the guard has been installed, it’s time to test it out!

Advantages of Rubber Wheel Guards Over Cement Wheel Guards

One advantage of using wheel guards made of high-grade compound materials over those made of cement is their superior durability and longevity. Unlike cement wheel guards, which are prone to cracking and breaking under stress, rubber wheel guards made from high-grade compounds offer excellent resistance to wear and tear. These guards can withstand extreme weather conditions without deteriorating or losing their effectiveness. Additionally, the installation process for rubber wheel guards is relatively simple and cost-effective. The guards have mounting holes that allow for easy installation and can be easily transferred from one location to another if needed. Overall, the use of rubber wheel guards provides a cost-effective solution for residential and commercial parking areas while ensuring long-lasting durability and effective protection against accidents caused by vehicles slipping off raised surfaces.

Features of Wheel Guard

  1. Made from high-grade compound rubber materials
  2. Can withstand any extreme weather condition
  3. It has yellow and black stripes design.
  4. It has mounting holes for easy installation and can be easily transferred from one place to another.
  5. It has excellent wear & tear resistance.
  6. Cost-effective residential and commercial parking wheel guard
  7. Ultra-durable and can handle any vehicle; toughness and weight limitation may vary on the specification provided.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is the Average Lifespan of a Rubber Wheel Guard?

The average lifespan of a rubber wheel guard can be influenced by several factors, including exposure to extreme weather conditions and the frequency of vehicle impacts. Regular maintenance and cleaning can help extend its lifespan. Rubber wheel guards offer benefits such as durability, ease of installation, and transferability compared to other materials.

Can a Rubber Wheel Guard Be Easily Removed and Transferred to Another Location?

The installation process for a rubber wheel guard involves marking the area, removing debris, installing the base and top of the guard, and testing it. Benefits include increased traction and safety in wet conditions. Maintenance tips include regular cleaning and inspection for damage.

Are There Any Specific Weight Limitations for Rubber Wheel Guards?

The weight limitations for rubber wheel guards vary depending on the specifications provided. Rubber wheel guards offer several benefits, including increased traction in wet or icy conditions and protection against vehicle slipping. The installation process involves marking the area, clearing debris, installing the base and top of the guard.

How Do Rubber Wheel Guards Compare in Cost to Other Types of Wheel Guards?

Rubber wheel guards typically offer a cost-effective solution compared to other wheel guards. Their benefits include excellent wear and tear resistance, durability in extreme weather conditions, easy installation with mounting holes, and transferability. Maintenance tips for rubber wheel guards may vary based on the specific specifications provided.

Can Rubber Wheel Guards Be Customized With Different Colors or Designs?

Customization options for rubber wheel guards include different colors and designs. These options provide aesthetic benefits, allowing for a personalized look. However, potential drawbacks may include increased cost, longer production time, and limited availability of certain designs or colors.


In conclusion, the rubber wheel guard is an indispensable safety measure for parking lots, providing crucial protection and preventing accidents. Its high-grade compound rubber material and elasticity properties ensure durability and resistance to wear and tear. The vibrant yellow and black stripes enhance visibility while the mounting holes facilitate easy installation.

Compared to cement or metal-type wheel guards, rubber wheel guards offer distinct advantages such as cost-effectiveness, better traction in adverse weather conditions, and ease of transferability. With its numerous features and applications in residential and commercial parking areas, the rubber wheel guard proves to be a reliable choice for ensuring safety on our roads.

To know more about the rubber wheel guard and other customized rubber products. Don’t hesitate to contact our sales team.

Actual Product

Dimensions may vary depending on the specifications

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