Drive out the competition
If you want every inch of your car covered with graphics and advertising, think vehicle wraps. If you want your car to be extremely colorful and eye-catching, think vehicle wraps. If you want the highest resolution prints, think vehicle wraps.
Full- or semi- vehicle wraps truly are the latest, most innovative way to advertise on the road. It is like putting a magazine ad or a large billboard on busy streets and in crowded parking lots.
The design potential for vehicle wraps is what truly sets it apart from other vehicle graphics. In the past, if you wanted your car to be transformed with color and art, you had to pay an extremely high price to have the car spray painted.
Unlike spray paint, vehicle wraps are not permanent. If applied correctly, your car’s finish should be completely unaffected when the vehicle wraps are removed.
How Wrap Vinyl Differs from Regular Vinyl
Vehicle wraps are done with a special pressure-sensitive vinyl made by the top vinyl brands like Arlon, 3M, and Avery. This vinyl is more flexible and adaptable than regular vinyl.
With a little heat application, wrap materials can cover every curve or bend of a vehicle, as well as the handles, ridges, and rivets. Basically, the vinyl can go anywhere spray paint can go.
Along with being pressure sensitive, wrap vinyl is also designed for rapid-air release. You won’t get any air bubbles or pockets in your vehicle graphics.
The vinyl is fully compatible with digital printing. Any graphics or artwork applied to your car will be durable, vibrant, and long lasting.
Vehicle Wraps Quick Facts:
- Covers the entire vehicle with graphics and artwork; can go anywhere on the vehicle.
- Infinite number of designs available; allows your vehicle to be as colorful and flamboyant as any magazine ad.
- Removable and changeable, creating an advantage over spray paint jobs – you don’t have to make any permanent changes to your vehicle.
- Vinyl is specifically manufactured to be pressure sensitive, allowing for better air release which eliminates the potential for air pockets or bubbles.