Tired of strangers using your driveway for U-turns? We get it. Here’s a great solution.
Let us introduce you to DrivewaySpikes, a fake strip of “spikes” (wink wink, they’re made of flexible plastic) that are meant to deter unwanted drivers from entering your drive. They’re totally harmless, but they sure look like tire-busting spikes.
Simply put DrivewaySpikes down and you’ll never worry again about cars coming almost all the way up to your house just to turn around. This isn’t U-turn land, buddy! Some reckless drivers might accidently run over part of your garden or take out a lawn sprinkler in their hurry to get in and out of the driveway.
If you have little kids or pets, these fake spikes will also save you from having to worry they’re in danger while they’re in the yard. No driver in his or her right mind will want to enter a driveway with spikes on it. A flat tire is not something you want to get – ever. If a car does run over them, the flexible material just bends under the weight and then goes back to its original stand-up position.
If a car does run over them, the flexible material just bends under the weight and then goes back to its original stand-up position. So you won’t have to move the strip to drive in and out of your own driveway.
For those of you living in condos or apartments, DrivewaySpikes can also come in handy. Just put down the strip in your parking space and no one will dare park there. No more worries about mystery cars showing up in your spot when you pull up after work.
DrivewaySpike’s a cinch to set up, and the strip’s heavy rubber base helps keep it in place. It won’t blow away in a heavy wind or get out of position if you drive over it as you pull into the garage.
Use the plastic spikes whenever you want to show that your driveway is not public property. The strip even has yellow reflective markings to be visible in the dark. DrivewaySpikes are innocent as they won’t damage any tire or your driveway.
What’s no so innocent is the foul language you’d likely otherwise spew at the U-turning drivers. Those drivers ought to thank us for saving them from being yelled at now that they won’t be using your driveway as a turnaround zone.
Now let’s spike some lemonade. Who’s with us?