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4 Questions to Ask a Vehicle Wrap Specialist

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Vehicle wraps have become quite popular as they allow brands and companies a distinctive way to promote themselves. The right vehicle wrap can make company vehicles look more professional and provide additional protection from flying rocks, bad weather, and more. Before getting a vehicle wrapped, however, there are some important questions you should ask.

1. How Much Will the Vehicle Wrap Cost?

Cost is always important and there’s no dancing around it. If you’re getting a vehicle wrapped, you’ll want to discuss costs upfront. Keep in mind, however, that cost isn’t the only factor, and you often get what you pay for. A higher-quality vehicle wrap installed by true professionals may actually offer a better value than a lower-cost wrap. When considering price, value is perhaps the best metric.

Keep in mind that bigger vehicles often cost more. For instance, you will need about 130 square feet of vehicle wrap to completely cover a 2021 Nissan Altima, according to Kelly Blue Book. You will need much more wrap to completely cover a large work van. Keep in mind that the more material you use, the higher the costs.

2. Do You Offer Free Quotes?

The best vehicle wrap companies are happy to offer free quotes. Some service providers may try to nickel and dime you by requiring fees for quotes, or they may offer inaccurate quotes or provide general price lists. It’s best to find a company that will give you a custom quote.

3. How Long Will It Take to Install?

Many businesses rely on their work vehicles day in and day out. Having a vehicle wrap installed can take some time. While simple jobs may take just a few hours, some complicated wraps may require more time. Further, the company may have a long backlog and may not be able to get to your vehicle right away. In such cases, it may be possible to arrange to drop the vehicle off on the date they’ll be able to install the wrap.

4. How Durable Is the Wrap?

High-quality vehicle wraps can last years if properly cared for. Low-quality wraps may not last as long. Further, a top-quality wrap may be able to shrug off flying stones and other treats, while worse ones will begin to break down quickly.

As you can see, there is a lot to consider when getting a vehicle wrap installed. If you have further questions or concerns, feel free to contact Wraphx. We offer free quotes, and we’re always ready to help.

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Abhishek Mishra
Abhishek Mishra
3 days ago

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