Vehicle wraps are generally done by smaller local companies. If you’re interested in wrapping a car or truck, you can easily find these local vendors via Google, or you might try this dealer locator provided by Avery Dennison. We’ll be happy to provide graphical assets for the wrap.
Here’s an example of a designed by IDWraps.com for one of our licensees in New Jersey. It features the 877-WeBuyHouses vanity number:
Greg Weinstein, exclusive licensee in the Sarasota (FL) area, found a company that will wrap a used U-Haul truck and lease it to you. Check out Greg’s first truck – a virtual rolling billboard!
Here’s a wrapped Ford F-150 owned by licensee Andre Robinson in San Bernardino (CA).
Andre said he paid $2,700 for this wrap.
And this is one of the latest designs (and one of our favorites) created for our licensee in the Spokane, WA market:
This is a new design (Dec 2016) created for Jared Rogers and Garfield Duncan in North Carolina (Triad/Charlotte) for their new Mercedes Metris. They decided to put extra emphasis on the .com with this alternative version of the logo.
Here’s the design ~
Applying the wrap ~
Finished product ~
What did it cost? ~
Garfield tells us this wrap above cost them $2,400 including the design.
This is a modern, sleek design created for Matthew Jones in Colorado Springs, CO. This wrap has unique stylistic elements that give the design a clean look.
Below is a truck wrap from Peter Curtis at the We Buy Houses Sacramento office. The flames sure grab a lot of attention!
Here’s a wrapped car and a wrapped van outside of the We Buy Houses Sacramento office.
Car wraps are generally provided by LOCAL VENDORS that you can find via a Google search. At the corporate office, we will assist you by providing graphic design elements (logos, colors, fonts, etc.) to the local car wrap vendor you hired for the project.
To give you can idea of the cost and other considerations, we interviewed a vendor in the Dallas/Fort Worth area – Vehicle Wraps of North Texas – and this is what we learned:
HOW MUCH DO THEY COST?
“Pricing varies by vehicle type. Pickup trucks with a single cab may be as low as $1400.00. Extended cab trucks will be more – around $2,100 to $2,400.00.
Cars that are small but wish to have the bumpers wrapped can be in the $1900 – 2400 range. larger cars between $2200 and $2800
It really depends on what is being done. we have done partials for $700.00.”
HOW LONG DO THEY LAST?
“Experience teaches all of the tricks of wrapping. Most wraps last two – three years here in Texas because of the heat and cold. But wraps can last a minimum of 3 years if maintained and cared for properly. Window film has a life expectancy of 6 months to 15 months.”
WHAT ABOUT MATERIALS?
“Whomever you go with, be sure to check the vinyl that is being used. We recommend the 3M ij180 v3. It is truly one of the best we have seen on the market today.”
WHAT ABOUT THE ARTWORK?
“Some companies charge to do artwork even if you provide everything. most companies will need you to provide certain things, logos etc…
Some companies like ours do not charge for putting the artwork together. Some include it in their pricing.”
WHAT ELSE SHOULD WE KNOW?
“Most reputable wrap companies use certified installers. These are people that have attended classes and learned how to apply the wrap to vehicles.”
And please let us know if you need assistance getting YOUR car or truck wrapped!