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Will it be okay if I park my car on top of artificial grass?

| Mar 5 9:14 PM

We just installed our artificial lawn and I am not sure if it is okay if I park my car on top of it.

1 Answer
2020-03-06T17:53:43+00:00

I won't recommend you parking your car on top of artificial grass. The tire spins will very likely to damage the turf. However, people have designs to use artificial turf between pavers will be fine.

Mar 6
Oh no. I let my cousin park his car on the artificial grass! I will ask him to remove it right away.
 
Mar 8
Artificial grass works very well with pavements. I agree, I think it'd be better to use the grass in between them so it would not damage the turf.
 
Mar 9
Yeah, and it's kinda slippery on the tires. The blades of the artificial grass might break since you car tires have to use more force.
 
Mar 12
Yeah, this is a big no no if you want your artificial grass to last for years.
 

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