Speed Bump Installation Guide

We've compiled a short guide and two videos to describe how to install our speed bump kits. We're confident that installing speed bumps can be quick and straight forward provided you have a suitable surface, drill and a complete kit.


  • An even surface with a minimum substrate depth of 100mm (concrete or tarmac).
  • A heavy duty SDS drill
  • One of our speed bump kits


  1. Lay out the speed bumps out in the final location. Ensure that each speed bump lies flat on the surface and in a straight line. Use the black speed bump connectors (two connectors per section).

  2. Use a 8 to 10mm drill bit to mark where each of the holes will be drilled. The 10mm drill bit is an optional extra. (see Parts & Accessories page)

  3. Move the speed bumps out of the way. Use the included 16mm drill bit to drill each marked hole to approximately 100mm deep (for the plastic plug).

  4. If you have a hole brush or pump, it is recommended to remove any loose dust and debris. Hammer the nylon plug section of the fixing into the hole.

  5. Place the speed bump back into position, aligning the fixing points of the speed bump to the plugs, then insert the coach screws.

  6. Tighten the bolts so that the speed bump is firmly held in place. Remember to tighten evenly and tension the bolts in a diagonal manner. Using a nut spinner and electric drill or impact driver can save a lot of time.

Video - Installation of Premium Speed Bumps

Below is a video showing the installation of our Premium Speed Bump kits

Video - Installation of Ridgeback Speed Bump Kits

Below is a video showing the installation of the Ridgeback speed bump kit. It is broadly the same as the Premium Speed Bumps Direct Kit, but negates the need for separate pieces as they are integrated into each bump.