wheel stops on a pallet in a parking lot

Parking Lot Wheel Stops

Looking for wheel stops for your site’s parking lot? You’ve come to the right place. 

At the groundUP stores, we offer numerous wheel stop options for today’s site builders and maintenance staff. If you’re looking for plastic stops and concrete wheel stops, we have those, too. We even sell concrete stops big enough to stop a truck!





Check out our quantity discounts - The more you buy, the more you save!

Multiple units can be shipped on one pallet.

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Design a Safe Parking Lot

Curb stops serve as a resting point for cars’ front tires in a parking space, preventing cars from pulling too far forward. They can help ensure that drivers park safely and efficiently in your lot, and they can even provide visual appeal to previously unexciting lots.

While concrete curb stops are the most common option, parking lot wheel stops made from plastic and rubber are also a popular option for their durability and functional value.

Helping Customers Save on Parking Supplies

At the groundUP stores, we pride ourselves on stocking affordable products that don’t sacrifice quality for fair prices — our items help you get the best bang for your buck.

One way we help customers save is by offering bulk pricing. As your item quantity goes up, the unit price comes down: the more you spend, the more you save. While these stops don’t ship for free, multiple stops can fit on one pallet, helping minimize freight costs.

the groundUP stores: A Service-Oriented Supplier

In the construction and maintenance supply industry, quality customer service can be hard to come by. But the groundUP stores is raising the bar for customer support market-wide, offering robust service and changing the industry for the better.

Whether you need help choosing a product or you have a question about a current order, contact our customer service team anytime for prompt, helpful support.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is another name for wheel stop?

There are numerous names for these handy devices! You may have heard wheel stops called “curb stops” or “parking stops,” but these items all serve the same function: helping cars stop in the right spot to ensure parking space is used efficiently.

Should I use rubber, concrete or plastic wheel stops?

Your choice between concrete, plastic and rubber parking stops will likely depend on:

  • Your architect’s specifications – If you’re working with an architect on your project (or perhaps a civil engineer), they may have specified either of these materials. If they didn’t consider asking them which one they would prefer.
  • Your local regulations – Your local permitting authority might require specific materials to be used for wheel stops in parking facilities. Ask a building official in your area for more information.
  • Your project budget – Surprisingly, concrete wheel stops are typically slightly cheaper than their plastic and rubber counterparts (depending on the quantity). If you’re looking to save on parking lot supplies, you might opt for the concrete.

When are concrete wheel stops more efficient than plastic or rubber options?

While both are great options, usually the break-even point is around 20 units. Ordering less than 20 concrete wheel stops at one time is generally cost-prohibitive in terms of shipping so if you need less than 20, consider ordering plastic or rubber stops. However, if you’re set on using concrete, look into a more local source so you don’t have to pay as much shipping.