For large corporations and small startups alike, advertising and promotion are huge parts of growth and success. A vinyl vehicle wrap is a unique way to get your company noticed—it’s like a traveling billboard. These products come in full and partial forms, and each offers numerous benefits. But which is right for you?
Full vs. Partial Vinyl Vehicle Wraps
Full Vinyl Wrap
A full vehicle wrap covers the entire surface of the car. The color of an auto will be completely changed. Furthermore, full wraps protect your car from scratches and road debris; in fact, some people opt for these in lieu of getting a new paint job. When used for advertising, they command attention from passersby—it’s hard not to notice a fully wrapped vehicle. They cost more and take more time to complete than partial wraps, so full ones are usually best for large companies or businesses that are about to launch a major marketing campaign.
Partial Vinyl Wrap
Partial vehicle wraps use the color of the car as the base of the design. They may cover a majority or just a small portion and can be as simple as a company name and logo or as complex as a side mural.
Partial wraps are great for companies with smaller budgets that still wish to make a statement. They’re an effective way to increase your visibility while paying only one fee. They are also easy to replace if an advertising campaign or promotion changes. However, partial wraps can be understated, so they may not be the attention-grabber some companies are looking for.
No matter which wrap you choose, it’s important to find a company that uses high-quality materials and installers, and DTM Signs and Truck Wraps in Brooklyn, NY, offers both. They will cut, print, and install your vinyl vehicle wrap. They even have a team of graphic designers to help you create a brand that stands out, and financing is now available. Give them a call at (347) 312-5488, or visit their website to see a portfolio of their past work.