Answered Dec 16, 2019 2:04 PM
The answer is "NO", even though artificial grass can take great pressures, but the twisting motion and rolling will definitely cause damage to the turf.
Never thought a good idea to drive on turf.
That's a shame. You should be able to install synthetic turf just to drive on it. Day after day...
I have seen turf being ruined by tires: don't drive on it!
The twisting motion of tires will damage the artificial lawn.
I have it in my back yard, no worries on driving on it.
Not a good idea to drive on any plastic surface, the artificial turf is essentially plastic.
I won't drive on mine for sure.
You never want to drive on artificial grass.
Driving on artificial grass is never recommend. However it will be fine if you use artificial turf in between pavers, in such cases, the tires motions are more on the pavers than directly to the turf.
Answered Dec 16, 2019 2:24 PM
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