Vehicle wraps can be difficult to maintain sometimes, especially with large fleets. One size does not fit all, every printer prints a little differently, not to mention there are hundreds of different types of vinyl under a handful of manufactures, all with different warranties that vary by state.
We understand that brand consistency is non-negotiable. Our system, developed over the course of a decade, allows us to ensure that every vehicle in your fleet maintains the correct brand colors and accurate vehicle body placement! We work with the world’s largest vehicle manufacturers and fleet management companies. Whether you’ve got one vehicle in a single city or one thousand across all fifty states, we are here to ensure that your branding and the logistics of that branding are not keeping you up at night.
So go ahead and let us take the wheel while you catch some sleep! It’s all good, this is what we do!
Coast to Coast
Managing a fleet of vehicles across all fifty states may sound intimidating, but we’ll show you hassle-free ways of getting it done through our network of professional contacts. This includes full-service fleet management, scheduling and rerouting personal or equipment, or optimizing routes for fuel consumption.
In addition to streamlining fleet logistics, we can assure that your brand is consistently represented across the continent. No matter the location or vehicle type and size, we provide consistent graphic solutions to maximize the number of impressions you get.
Fleet Info/Sales Keeping tabs on the vehicles in your fleet has never been easier. From GPS tracking to telematic technologies to automated vehicle diagnostic, we can keep you apprised of each vehicle’s status and performance, including the effect they’re having on your sales.
VEHICLE WRAP FAQS
If you have any questions that are not answered below, please do not hesitate to call or email us. Someone from Team 360 will be happy to assist you.
What Is A Vehicle Wrap?
A vehicle wrap is the most efficient way to promote your business, cause, event, or customize your vehicle. It is literally a huge decal applied to the surface of your vehicle. Our talented design team can take your vehicle and turn it into a digital canvas and show you exactly what your wrap is going to look like, prior to ever printing the wrap.
How Much Does It Cost to Wrap A Vehicle?
Wraps are priced by the square foot. An average full wrap on a vehicle can range from $2,000 to $3,500. That’s much less than the cost of having a billboard that you must rent every month. You buy a wrap one time and it pays for itself over the span of three years or more. To get an accurate price on your vehicle, click to Request a Quote. We are not always the cheapest wrap provider; in this industry you definitely get what you pay for. We invite you to stop by our shop to see for yourself what we can do for you.
What Else Can You Wrap?
360 Wraps can wrap cars, trucks, boats, helmets, 18 wheelers, car haulers, race cars, concept cars, tour buses, trailers, cargo vans, box trucks, SUVs, shipping containers, walls, windows, store-fronts, golf carts, vending machines, even buildings! You name it and we can wrap it. If you have something you need wrapped and we have NOT wrapped it before we are thrilled to have the opportunity to pioneer new wrap styles.
Why Should I Get A Vehicle Wrap Instead of Cut Vinyl or Paint?
A vehicle wrap provides maximum exposure for your business and brings it to life with eye-catching crystal clear graphics. With a vehicle wrap, the amount of color or creativity you want is never limited. We do provide cut vinyl; however, a vehicle wrap lasts much longer than cut vinyl, and protects your paint from the harsh rays of the sun. Often when you remove cut vinyl the lines from it will still be visible on the vehicle due to fading of the paint. A vehicle wrap is better than paint because it is more cost effective, and can be changed if your company’s details change. It can also be easily removed should you decide to sell your vehicle.
How Long Do Vehicle Wraps Last?
Generally, a wrap will last 3 years, more or less, depending on the care of the vehicle and environments that it is exposed to. We use Avery wrap film and laminate; the manufacturer of the material estimates the durability of the wrap to last 5 years on vertical surfaces. We recommend that you re-wrap your vehicle in 3 years. This will allow the wrap to be removed with ease. Washing the vehicle on a regular basis will prolong the life of the wrap. We recommend that vehicle wraps be hand washed as some pressure washers and automatic car wash machines can damage the wrap.
Is It Removable?
Yes. We recommend that you bring your vehicle to us or a wrap shop that is knowledgeable about the wrap removal process. Removing a wrap requires a large amount of heat and various tools, such as torches and heat guns. To avoid damage to your vehicle and injury to yourself, it is recommended that you pay a professional to remove the wrap.
Will A Wrap Hurt the Paint of My Vehicle?
No. The paint under the wrap is protected from the harsh UV rays of the sun, exposure to the elements, and minor scratches. Think of it as driving around with the worlds tightest car cover. Something to consider when choosing a wrap company to complete your project is the experience of the team and leadership. Inexperienced installers and supervisors could inadvertently damage the paint on your vehicle while the installation is taking place. Make sure that the installers that are going to install your wrap know how to do so without cutting on the paint of your vehicle. This will not be visible to you until the wrap is removed.
What If I Get Into An Accident or the Wrap Gets Messed Up?
Since your wrap is created digitally, we can reprint and install any part of the graphics that may be damaged on your vehicle. We always save your artwork in case it ever needs to be reprinted. Sometimes this is even covered by your insurance should you get into an accident. Please check with your insurance provider.
How Long Does It Take to Wrap A Vehicle?
The entire creative process can take as little as a day or two, to a couple of weeks, it all depends on how intricate the design is. Once the design is completed and the wrap is printed, a typical wrap installation will take 3 to 5 days. On average a vehicle wrap, design, print, and install takes less than 2 weeks from acceptance of invoice to completion of wrap.
What Is Your Returned Check Policy?
If your check is returned, the amount of the returned check plus a $150 returned check fee will be added to your account balance. The amount due must be paid in full within 5 business days or the account is subject to being turned over to collections.
What Is Your Cancellation Policy?
Should you choose to cancel your order, 360 Wraps will refund the deposit, minus photography of vehicle, template, and art fees. The deposit withheld may be transferred to future projects. Cancellation of a project must happen prior to printing.