Vehicle graphics have brought about unlimited advertising potential. Whether it’s your company or organization car, van, bus, or truck, there is no other mode of advertisement that builds brand awareness at such a low cost. You gain 24/7 attention at the least cost per impression while you make the most out of your car by turning it into a promotional tool.

1. What are vehicle graphics?

Vehicle graphics are vinyl decals or stickers that are applied to a painted or smooth surface of a vehicle to transform how it looks. Vinyl decals come in a variety of printed graphics, colors, finishes or styles and can be used in almost all types of vehicles to showcase a brand or promote your sponsors.

2. How long do vehicle graphics last?

Most vehicle graphics last between 5 and 10 years, based on the level of wear and tear your vehicle sustains and the quality of vinyl used. However, if you can take great care of your vehicle, it can last even longer.

3. How do I take care of my vehicle graphics?

The best way to take care of vehicle graphics is ensuring they are always clean. You can do this by washing the vehicle using the brushless car wash system or hand wash to help preserve its appearance. Moreover, hand waxing the vehicle can help protect it from adverse conditions.

4. Can I vehicle graphics be removed?

The brief answer is yes, these graphics can be removed. Nonetheless, you should not try to remove them by yourself as they can cause serious damage to your vehicle paint. At Car Wraps, we can help you remove your vehicle graphics due to our high level of experience.

5. How effective are vehicle graphics for my business?

One vehicle can have about 30,000 to 70,000 impressions per day depending on the size of your city and population. Studies have shown that an average American travels about 302 miles in 7 days. This means you can create a buzz about your business throughout your town by just investing in vehicle graphics.

If you have any questions about vehicles graphics, feel free to contact us today.

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