We have found that over time, a properly designed vehicle graphics package can expose the business to almost 60,000 views per day!
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About Vehicle Graphics
Custom Vehicle graphics are one of the fastest growing areas of the sign business. Since the decline of the yellow pages, when businesses spent thousands of dollars per month on advertising, companies have struggled to replace the low cost per view of the phone directory. We have found that over time, a properly designed vehicle graphics package can expose the business to almost 60,000 views per day (depending on the number of miles driven). When you amortize this over the life of a graphics package, the cost per view is less than even a billboard. Even the billboards located at the zoo interchange in Milwaukee cannot compare to a vehicle wrap. And think about this, a billboard cannot move so they tend to be seen by the same people multiple times. A custom vehicle graphics package has higher memory retention and can deliver the exact message that the company wants.
Vehicle Graphics FAQ
Does it matter how the vehicle is prepared?
Yes. Before any vinyl is applied, a Vehicle must be cleaned thoroughly, dried, and wiped down with solvent in order to remove all traces of dirt and wax. Otherwise, the vinyl won’t properly stick – creating areas that don’t look finished and won’t last as long. Certain parts on the vehicle need to be removed and wrapped separately to get a professional, finished look. Discount wrap price quotes probably won’t include the proper vehicle preparation and disassembly..
Is the type and brand of material important?
YES! Lower quality vinyl creates more errors, doesn’t look as good, and won’t last as long. Many wrap companies promise brand names like Avery and 3M trying to make you think you are buying the best quality vinyl and laminates. Though those two brands offer the best vehicle wrap material, they make several grades of vinyl, ranging from performance to economy lines. So if your low price car wrap quote says Avery or 3M, chances are you aren’t getting their best material. Or, you might not be given 3M products at all. You might not initially notice the difference, but soon enough you’ll see bubbles, tearing, and color fading. So make sure to ask for your vinyl by brand and product number. No matter what, make sure you get proof that the products you asked and paid for were actually installed on your car.
Who Is Installing the Wrap?
As vehicle wraps continually prove to be an effective form of advertising, more shops have entered the business. To keep costs down, they hire unskilled workers to quickly handle wraps. High quality, professional car wrap jobs require incredible attention to detail. This means that for your vehicle to look its best, even the most experienced installers need to take their time to do the job right. If someone promises you a really fast turnaround time, chances are you won’t be impressed by the final result. Details matter.