Install in 3 Steps: Recycled Rubber Speed Bumps


Install with Steel Spikes (for asphalt and gravel only)

You Will Need:

  • High-speed hammer drill with a 7/16" masonry bit
  • Small sledge hammer
  • Steel spikes (18" for gravel or older asphalt)
  • Activated epoxy resin (recomended)
  • 1) Position speed bump in desired location. Mark where pre-sunk bolt holes sit. Remove speed bump.
  • 2) Drill each marking through pavement to create space for steel spikes. Clean and dry area. Reposition speed bump so pre-sunk bolt holes align with drilled pavement holes. 
  • 3) Hammer a spike through the center bolt hole into drilled hole until snug against counterbore hole. Repeat for each bolt hole. Butter spikes with epoxy to help protect older asphalt from cracking.

illustration of finished installation
Warning: DO NOT DRIVE PAST SNUG! Excessive tightening can damage the product and void the warranty

Install with Lag Bolts & Anchors (for asphalt and concrete only)

You Will Need:

  • High-speed hammer drill with a 7/16" masonry bit
  • Impact wrench or heavy ratchet with 3/4″ socket
  • Lag bolts, anchors, and washers (included)
  • Small slege hammer
  • 1) Position speed bump in desired location. Place a chalk mark on pavement inside bolt holes. Remove speed bump
  • 2) Drill each marking to create bolt holes. Clean and dry area. Insert anchors in each hole -- tap with a hammer until flush with surface. Place speed bump so bolt holes sit directly above drilled pavement holes.
  • 3) Insert bolts with washer through bolt holes. Beginning with the center hole, tighten each bolt until 3/4 submerged. Return to each hole and tighten until snug.

illustration of finished installation
Warning: DO NOT DRIVE PAST SNUG! Excessive tightening can damage the product and void the warranty

Install with Wedge Bolts (for concrete only)

You Will Need:

  • High-speed hammer drill with a 7/16" masonry bit
  • Impact wrench or heavy ratchet with 3/4″ socket
  • Wedge bolts (included)
  • 1) Position speed bump exactly where you'd like to install it. Mark location of the pre-sunk bolt holes sit. Remove speed bump.
  • 2) Drill holes at each marking, about 1-inch deep. Clean and dry area. Put speed bump back at desired location so pre-sunk bolt holes sit directly over drilled pavement holes.
  • 3) Insert wedge bolts through bolt holes, starting with outer holes. Tighten bolts until snug against the counterbore holes.

illustration of finished installation
Warning: DO NOT DRIVE PAST SNUG! Excessive tightening can damage the product and void the warranty