When can I drive on new asphalt?
Asphalt takes 30 days or more to cure, but you do not need to avoid driving on it for that long. Driving is generally okay after 2-3 days, and parking after 3-4 days. You might see some scuff marks from the tires, which you can minimize by not turning the steering wheel while the car is stationary, but they will generally fade over time.
Avoid parking very heavy vehicles such as construction trucks on the new asphalt for at least 30 days, and put down cardboard or plywood to protect the asphalt from motorcycle kickstands or other sharp objects. If your vehicle leaks any fluids, put something underneath it to protect the asphalt when you are parked.
Based in Abbotsford, Topwest Asphalt also serves Langley, Chilliwack, Mission, and Maple Ridge. Are you ready to start your next asphalt project with a team you can count on to do the job right, on time, and on budget? We invite you to call Topwest Asphalt today at 1-800-ASPHALT to discuss your project and schedule an estimate. We look forward to working with you!