New crash cushions from Highway Care

A new range of crash cushions and end terminals designed for urban, low-speed environments of under 80km/h has been launched by Highway Care.

According to the company, the products were designed with city and town centres in mind. Protection is now possible for road-side hazards such as road signs, trees and telephone and CCTV poles, while also lowering the risk of harm to motorcyclists, motorists and even pedestrians. Powder coating options mean the safety and robustness of steel aren’t compromised when the aesthetics of timber are required.

The new range includes the following products:

Ermes P2 End Terminal

Janus Crash Cushion

Armadillo Crash Cushion

City Crash Cushion

Tree Crash Cushion.

For further information visit www.highwaycare.com

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