commercial vehicle graphics
Commercial vehicle lettering offers many options for fleet branding
More and more entrepreneurs and fleet managers are turning to commercial vehicle lettering because it gives them the best return on investment for their advertising dollars. You reach more prospective clients at a lower cost per thousand impressions than radio, TV, or newspaper when you turn your work trucks, vans, or cars into billboards on wheels.
Displaying Vital Information with Commercial Vehicle Lettering
Vehicle lettering offers allows for vehicle branding with a cost conscience budget in mind. Vehicle lettering can be very simple and include only the essential information the company requires such as: the company name, contact information like phone number and web site, and required DOT and license numbers. Often times vehicle lettering is limited to the vehicle doors and an area on the back; however, vehicle lettering can be scaled to accommodate available space on any vehicle.
Vehicle Lettering – Choosing The Right Option For You
Two of the main differences between commercial vehicle lettering and partial or full vehicle wraps is their simpler design, and media use. Vehicle lettering typically uses pre-dyed vinyl and avoids using print medias. Additionally design elements are generally limited to logos or other small accents. Also limited color range is selected, typically 1-2 colors. All of these choices help reduce costs to the client.
Econoline Signs is the top provider of vehicle lettering in Sonoma County. We can help determine the what the best option is for you, your budget, and your company. Here are some favorite vinyl graphic alternatives:
Vehicle Decals - If you want to put photos or other images on your car, van, truck, or even boat, vehicle decals are the best way to do it. These decals can be as big or as small as you want. This makes vehicle decals ideal for showcasing your handiwork, top-selling products, or logo.
Spot Graphics - Often used interchangeably with vehicle decals, spot graphics are a great option when you cannot afford to cover your entire car with a wrap.
Perforated/Clear-View Vinyl - You can continue your marketing message on your rear window while still allowing your drivers to see out when you pick perforated window vinyl.