Fleet wraps are a strong and effective marketing tool used by all types of companies to promote themselves and their brands. Having them installed on your business’s fleet of vehicles is a smart investment in mobile advertising, but if you made that investment more than a few years ago or there have been serious changes at your company, it might be time to have your fleet wraps replaced. Here are the two main reasons you should consider having your old damaged or outdated fleet wraps removed, and replaced with fresh modern ones.
Commercial vehicles take a beating day in and day out. Constantly being on the road means the vehicles get dirty right after you wash them, and larger delivery trucks are always at the risk of damage from loading equipment. If it’s been a few years since your fleet wraps were installed and your vehicles have seen their fair share of wear it might be time for new wraps. A new wrap will make your vehicles look as good as new, or better.
Maybe you’ve taken excellent care of your vehilces and they look as good as they did the day your fleet wraps were installed, but the style of your wraps is what’s bringing them down. Maybe you’ve changed your logo or even your company’s name. If that’s the case then it’s definitely time for new fleet wraps. Not only are your old fleet wraps not helping, they’re actively hurting your business if they no longer advertise the correct information.
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