If you're looking to drive on your newly installed paver driveway, you'll need to wait a minimum of 12 hours for it to dry and cure. This process may take longer if the weather is cloudy or if rain is forecast. For the best results, we recommend waiting 48 to 72 hours after applying the sealing layer. It's important to note that you should not drive through the sealed area for at least two days, as tire tracks can damage the sealant. To be safe, it's best to wait 3 to 4 days before driving your car over the sealed area.
However, if you don't plan on using a sealant, you can drive and park on the pavers of your new entrance as soon as you've covered them with sand. This is the last step in the process. It's wise to stay away from the sealed area before it dries completely, but it's safe to walk on a cobblestone if it's dry to the touch.