1) Start with the paper. We recommend a 65# paper in either white or a bright color for easy visibililty and durability. This paper is also a good choice if you want anti-counterfeit measures such as foil or hologram materials on the temporary hang tags.
2) Next consider design. Temporary hang tags should have a simple design. Stick to the basics for cost and ease of use. For example, Rydin’s stock temporary hang tags have most of the information you need already designed into them. With this option you add your logo and two lines of print. If you need your temporary hang tags to be even more individualized, choose the custom hang tags option.
3) Add anti-counterfeit measures to protect you, your staff, and all of your permit holders. If security for temporary hang tags is an issue, consider the option of scratch-off style hang tag. Scratch off the ink to validate paper hangs tags and make them difficult to alter.
4) Colors and design options make identifying and verifying your visitors easy. Color can also help with better tracking. By changing the paper or ink color on your temporary hang tags you can easily identify monthly use, area designations, or other special needs.
5) Choose a numbering method. You can have your permits preprinted with a 4 digit sequential number or have a blank box printed for an easy write in area.
6) Print your parking hours, restrictions, or lost/stolen information on the back of your permits to help visitors adhere to your lots rules, regulations and processes.
About the Company: Rydin Decal specializes in parking enforcement products to make your parking lots easier and safer to use. We offer fully customizable parking hang tags and customizable decals at prices that will fit your budget.