Partial vehicle wraps can provide huge cost savings when compared to full wraps. They are easier to design and install and can be extremely effective if executed properly.
Full Wraps vs Partial Wraps
There’s no denying that full wraps can have a big visual impact. After all, a vehicle wrap is a moving billboard with unique marketing capabilities. Unfortunately, full wraps come with a big price tag. This is due to a variety of factors. Designers are faced with the challenge of working around specific vehicle makes. Furthermore, installers are faced with similar challenges. A seamless full wrap installation featuring a complex design is truly an art form. It’s something that takes more time and expert skilled labor, which = big $$$.
Not to worry, because there is an alternative that yields big results without the big price tag. Partial vehicle wraps, if executed properly can have a high visual impact. Before you begin your quest for a partial wrap have a clear idea of your budget. Go for simple design if you are on a budget.
Partial Wrap on a Budget
The secret to saving big by choosing a partial wrap is installation. Think of a design that focuses on smaller sections of the vehicle. Wrapping a hood, door, tailgate or other large flat sections of a vehicle is something just about anyone can do. Similarly, a design that can be installed with one panel is ideal (like the fleet vehicle pictured above). Bottom line: avoid multiple panels where the design has to be lined up perfectly.
Let’s review some of the key benefits to partial vehicle wraps:
- Less expensive
- Easy to install
- Big visual impact
Partial Vehicle Wrap Showcase