What is a vehicle wrap?

A vehicle wrap is a vinyl that is designed to change the appearance of a vehicle in a non-destrucive way. Make a white vehicle red, blue, satin midnight pearl, matte copper metallic, purple chrome & so many more. And for the commercial vehicles out there if your driving to your next job and your vehicle isn’t wrapped your missing out on easy advertising for your company. Just take any single trip to meet a client for example, how many cars did you drive by? Hundreds? Thousands in a day?  In a world where first impressions matter and you only have seconds to make them count. A vehicle wrap is a perfect way to make that first impression count.

How long does the wrap process take?

The process for wrapping a vehicle takes 1-8 days depending on difficulty and coverage. Most are completed in 1-3 days.

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