Q. Why are your costs so much lower than
A. We're a small, Long Island based company with low
overhead. The fact that we're small and locally owned allows us
to provide an excellent service while keeping our prices low.
Q. Is your company qualified to perform
A. NYSDOT has regulations that contractors like us have
to follow. These regulations include requirements for liability,
workmans comp, auto insurance, vehicles equipt with emergency
lights, first aid kits, hard hats and protective gear. Our workers
are educated in first aid and CPR to protect themselves and the
Q. What fees are associated with my sponsorship?
A. Contact Us to inquire about
fees and payment options.
Q. Is the price of the sign included in
the sign up fee?
Q. Do I have to sign a contract?
A. Yes, the NYSDOT requires a signed contract covering
a one or two year period.
Q. Can I have more than one sign on a one
A. No, NYSDOT only allows one sign to be placed on each
one mile section.
Q. Can I sponsor more than one one mile
section? Is there a limit?
A. Yes, you can sponsor more than one one mile section,
and there is no limit to how many you can sponsor. Some companies
on Long Island are sponsoring three or four one mile sections.
Q. How many times is the mile cleaned?
A. Cleaning frequency depends on the NYSDOT guidelines
for a particular section of road. Frequency varies from 2 to 4
times per month.
Q. Who makes the sign and what can we put
A. Our sign shop will design the sign with your desired
message. Phone numbers and addresses are not allowed on the signs.
Q. How long does it take for a new sign
to be installed?
A. It typically takes less than six weeks from when a
contract is signed for your sign to be installed. We contract
with the NYSDOT to install your sign, so installation times will
vary depending on their schedule.
Q. How many people will see my sign?
A. It depends on the location. Your sign will be seen
by the driving public 24/7. At your request, we can provide traffic
monitoring services for the section of road you are interested
in sponsoring to determine the traffic volume.