Vehicle Wraps Frequently Asked Questions

Why a vehicle wrap?

A vehicle wrap is only intended for short term. For commercial vehicles a vehicle wrap is a temporary solution for advertising efforts. For personal vehicles a vehicle wrap is a temporary solution for a colour change, allowing you to enjoy your car in any colour, while keeping the original paintwork.

 

What is vehicle wrap advertising?

For commercial vehicles wrap advertising is where your company uses marketing efforts to wrap the vehicle in a certain design either completely or partially to advertise the company or products/services. Vehicle wrap advertising offers one of the most popular, cost effective marketing/advertising efforts.

 

Can I choose a design for my wrap?

Of course, if you have a design in mind or some idea’s we can work with you to create a design that is personalised to you or your company.

 

How long does it take to wrap a car?

This is dependent on if the vehicle wrap is a full or partial wrap. The average time scale for a full vehicle wrap with us will be a working week. The time scale will be stated within the quote.

 

Does vehicle wrapping cause damage?

Applying a vehicle wrap to your vehicle will not damage your paintwork, it actually acts as a protective film. However, if the paintwork on your vehicle has stone chips or abrasions before the wrap, this could cause paintwork to be pulled off when wrap is removed. This is the reason we ask that any stone chips, abrasions or rust patches are repaired before the vehicle wrap can be completed.

 

Does the vehicle need prepping before wrapping?

Yes, we ask that all vehicles are cleaned and free from dust and polish or wax before we can complete a vehicle wrap.

 

Is it easy to remove a vehicle wrap?

A vehicle wrap is made to withstand a range of weather conditions for a certain amount of years, which means the longer the wrap is on the vehicle the more difficult it becomes to remove.

 

How long will a vehicle wrap last?

The life of a vehicle wrap is determined by the condition of the vehicle, the wrap material used and also the up keep of the vehicle wrap. The typical life of a vehicle wrap can be up to five years.

 

Who do I need to advise about my vehicle wrap?

If you have a full or partial vehicle wrap you will need to inform both the DVLA and also your vehicle insurance provider.

 

How do I wash my vehicle when it’s been wrapped?

When your vehicle has been wrapped it is best to hand wash your vehicle. You can use a jet wash, however ensure you keep a fair distance from the vehicle to ensure the power of the jet wash does not damage the wrap. There are specialised cleaners that we stock for cleaning vehicle wraps, as you must be aware of the chemicals you use.

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