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Why You Should Wrap, and Not Paint Your Business Fleet

October 11, 2017

 

Placing advertisements on your delivery vans and company cars is a smart move. For one, it’s more affordable than buying ad space in a magazine or on a local cable channel. Plus, it is effective, as your business vehicles cover a lot of areas, helping your business target more potential customers. But, how should you do it? Is it better to go for vehicle wraps over car paint jobs?

 

Here are a few reasons vehicle wraps are your best bet when it comes to putting ads on your business fleet:

 

Lower Costs

 

High-quality paint jobs can cost between $3,000 and $10,000, depending on the color and quality of the paints. For a fraction of that cost, however, you can choose to wrap your vehicle with vinyl that displays your company logo or a short advertisement. Be wary of companies that offer low-cost paint jobs, as you may end up having poorly done car paint that may cause costly damages to your vehicles.

 

Shorter Installation Time

 

When choosing to paint your vehicle, your company will have fewer or no modes of transportation for about two weeks. By contrast, you only need to wait for a week or less if you decide to go for vehicle wraps in Austin, instead. For individuals, this may not be an issue, but when you’re running a business, downtime in transport could be a huge factor in your operations.

 

Intact Resale Value

 

Compared to paint jobs, vinyl wraps are easier to remove. So, in case you want to upgrade and sell one of your delivery vans, you don’t have to worry about repainting your car. Just have the vinyl wraps removed, and your vehicle will bear its factory paint again and you keep its resale value intact, as well.

 

Apart from these benefits, there are many other advantages to wrapping your business fleet rather than painting it. If you want to know more about that, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We specialize in business fleet wraps, after all.

 

 

 

 

 

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