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Old 11-02-2009, 04:55 AM   #1
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Driveway grid panels

I need to put some sort of driveway between the main driveway and the carport in the back yard to park my TT. I would rather not put shell or concrete and have seen these grid panels that some contractors use for temporary parking. Does anyone know where I can get them? An example is Temporary Roads - Grass Protection - Temporary Parking - Event Surfaces but they are in the UK.
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Looks like you want/need PSP (Marston Mats) made in Oklahoma by Calumet Ind.
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I need to put some sort of driveway between the main driveway and the carport in the back yard to park my TT. I would rather not put shell or concrete and have seen these grid panels that some contractors use for temporary parking. Does anyone know where I can get them? An example is Temporary Roads - Grass Protection - Temporary Parking - Event Surfaces but they are in the UK.
I had Tufftrack installed per specs, 6" of roadbase, then soil and Marathon sod over it and it works great. When it rains I put plywood down so not to make tracks. When it is dry out just drive over it.

I left my low reciever hitch for my trailer on once and when I backed in I tore a large spot in my lawn. It was easy to patch, I just cut the bad section out and went to the nusery and bought a square of sod, put it down and you could not tell that it was repaired. My MH weighs 37,000 pounds.

Tufftrack Grass Pavers
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Thanks for your replies. The Tufftrack seems to be what I'm looking for. My TT is only 2000 lbs so it should be more than enough for what I want.
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