Signs used to reserve parking areas for general groups such as
customers, specific individuals, or employees do not have very
stringent standards or regulations. However, if they are used in
publicly accessible lots, the MUTCD may require your sign to be
reflective. This may or may not be enforced depending on your area,
so we recommend checking with local authorities if you are needing
to create signage that is compliant with local regulations.
Regardless of regulations, it is generally a good idea to create
your reserved parking sign from our reflective aluminum material.
This material is engineer-grade and will allow people to see your
sign not only during the day but at night as well. As for the size
of your sign, the most common/accepted size is 12” x 18”. If you are
using this sign for private use, however, you are free to make your
reserved parking sign as big or small as you would like.
The type of reserved parking sign that tends to have more
regulations tied to it are those meant for reserving handicap
accessible parking locations. Regulations for these signs tend to
vary state to state and designate what size and color the sign needs
to be as well as what message must be included on the sign. If you
are interested in creating a handicap reserved sign, we recommend
checking your local regulations to ensure compliance before doing