You just bought a new company vehicle, and you’d like to brand it with your logo. How do you know what the best option is for your business? There are three different types of vehicle graphics, and each type is completely customizable for every type of vehicle. Here’s a rundown the different kinds of graphics, from most coverage to least.
1. Full Wrap
Full wraps are vehicle graphics that cover every part of your vehicle. Think of your van or truck as a mobile billboard. A full wrap is a great option for creating a unique color scheme and customizing your entire vehicle. In the example above from St. Elizabeth Healthcare, the van started completely white. St. Elizabeth wanted a pattern in the background, which you can see gives a textured look to their van. Crux printed the text and logo directly into the wrap graphics!
2. Partial Wrap
A partial wrap is the same thing as a full wrap, except, it doesn’t cover the entire vehicle. This is a very effective, lower cost option if the budget is a little tighter, but it’s still tremendously eye-catching. There’s lots of flexibility with this option, depending on the type of vehicle and what parts you’d like to wrap. There are plenty of size options as well. This Allied Moving & Storage car started as all back. As you can see, we printed the partial wrap to cover both doors. The lettering over the wheels are separate decals.
3. Vehicle Graphics / Car Decals
If you’d like something smaller for your company vehicle, car decals with your company logo and contact info are the way to go. As you can see in this picture of 1-800-Declutter, only the logos and lettering are our work, and the white surrounding is the original paint.
Vehicle graphics are customizable in every type of size, shape, and color. They can be designed to fit each customer’s unique needs to ensure you choose the best option for your business.