Top 10 Questions About Vehicle Wraps.
Vehicle wraps are rapidly becoming a big share in the outdoor advertising space. More vehicles are driving today then ever before. If you are new to the concept of “wrapping” your vehicle, here are the top 10 questions to help you get started.
Q: What is a vehicle wrap?
According to Wikipedia, “Wrap advertising or a vehicle wrap describe the marketing practice of completely or partially covering (wrapping a vehicle in an advertisement or livery.) The result of this process is essentially a mobile billboard.” Some people have referred to it as big durable stickers placed on a vehicle.
Q: What kind of things can go on a wrap?
The possibilities are endless. Anything that can be designed on a computer can be printed on the wrap material. No color limits or limitations.
Q: How much does a wrap cost?
We base our wrap price on vehicle square footage, how much of the vehicle you are wanting covered and complexity of the job.
Q: How long does the wrap last?
If taken care of properly, wraps can last five-seven years.
Q: Can I wrap a leased vehicle?
Yes! a lot of companies have the fleet vehicles wrapped. Once your lease is up you can come back to have your wrap removed.
Q: How many people will see my wrap everyday?
Stats from Outdoor Advertising Association of America say that your vehicle wraps can make 30,000-70,000 impression daily.
Q: Does the wrap damage the vehicle?
No. Since the wrap is just a “big sticker”, the wrap can be professionally removed without harming your paint job. In fact, it helps protect the paint from outdoor elements.
Q: How long does it take to wrap a vehicle?
It all depends on the size and coverage of the vehicle, but schedule 1-2 days for it to be complete.
Q: Is there any warranty on a wrap?
Here at MBT Designs we offer a one year install warranty. If we did something to make your wrap fail, we will be glad to fix it for you. Our preferred wrap material from 3M comes with a 3 year warranty on fading, cracking and peeling.
Q: How to I make the wrap last?
Regularly wash the vehicle in a touch-less car wash. Avoid using pressure washers at sharp angles close to seams in the vinyl. It is best to keep car inside garage or under a car port to keep it out of the sun when not in use.
Bonus Q: What area do you serve?
We serve from Chattanooga to Cleveland TN and areas of Hamilton and Bradley county.