What’s involved in a vehicle wrap?
Made of pressure-sensitive vinyl, a vehicle wrap is applied by hand onto a vehicle’s painted surface. The entire process can be broken down into three distinct phases:
- Design: A designer measures your vehicle and creates a design concept.
- Production: The wrap is printed, and then laminated. Lamination protects the vinyl from abrasions and UV rays, which could otherwise cause the wrap to fade over time.
- Installation: The wrap is applied to your vehicle.
In some cases, a fourth step is involved: removal.
Is a vehicle wrap cost-effective?
In our opinion, there’s no advertising method more cost-effective than a vehicle wrap. Vehicle wraps typically cost less than traditional forms of advertising such as billboards, television, and radio.