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New DrivewaySpikes Act As A Deterrence For People Using Driveways That Aren’t Their Own – No Need For Barriers Requiring Them To Be Moved

• DrivewaySpikes Prevents Unwanted Vehicles into residential driveways.

• DrivewaySpikes gives the appearance of a tire puncturing device.

• DrivewaySpikes are an alternative to road spikes, caltrops, barrels, or other driveway barriers.


Miami, FL – WEBWIRE
No damage to tires with rubber DrivewaySpikes.
No damage to tires with rubber DrivewaySpikes.

The rubber “Spikes” look as though they are upright screws that would damage tires when driving over them. However, since the construction is rubber, they simply bend down when driven on top of. This means they are not going to cause any damage to tires, but the average person is not going to be aware of this.

Many homeowners experience people who use their driveway as a turnaround. This can be an inconvenience and be a safety issue when there are kids around. DrivewaySpikes are an affordable option that can help to resolve the issue once and for all.

“We wanted to find an easy way to discourage people from entering a driveway,” explains the spokesperson for DrivewaySpikes.com. “We’ve been really happy with the product that has been developed and the reviews coming in online have been high as well.”

The average homeowner that has a significant amount of traffic they don’t invite in their driveway, will benefit form DrivewaySpikes. People will pull into someone’s driveway without thinking twice. This can be a standard driveway or a roundabout one. It is often seen as public property and this can cause landscaping to be run over. In areas where there are public events, some people will even go as far as trying to park in someone’s driveway if they think they can get away with it.

Some kind of deterrence needs to be put into effect. DrivewaySpikes is a unique way to achieve this goal. Most people view the spikes as a permanent and installed solution in the concrete and they drive past without thinking about pulling into the driveway.

The  rubber “Spikes” look as though they are upright screws that would damage tires when driving over them. However, since the construction is rubber, they simply bend down when driven on top of. This means they are not going to cause any damage to tires, but the average person is not going to be aware of this.
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“I’ve loved having DrivewaySpikes in the driveway. They are always in place and I can leave toys out in the driveway and not have to worry about them being run over by strangers because no one dares to try and pull into our driveway anymore,” comments one user in Miami. “We have even recommended these to our neighbors and our whole street is able to deter this kind of activity.”

A return policy is in place DrivewaySpikes. There is a 100% money back guarantee. If a consumer isn’t satisfied and the spikes were not effective, a refund of the purchase price within 30 days.

The DrivewaySpikes can be purchased online and free shipping is provided. There’s no installation required and no damage ever occurs to the tire of the vehicles for driving forwards and backwards on them because of the rubber material used in the spikes. A coupon code is currently available on the website as well. “5off” can be entered during checkout to receive $5 off of one set of the DrivewaySpikes. All major credit cards are accepted, as is PayPal, for convenience.

www.DrivewaySpikes.com

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