It’s undeniable that custom vehicle wraps as marketing tools are highly effective and cost efficient, but not every type of wrap offers the same benefits. To ensure you’re choosing the right vehicle wrap solution, it’s important to understand the different options and how they differ from one another. There are three main types of vehicle wraps: full wraps, partial wraps, and spot graphics. When deciding between a full wrap and a partial wrap, it’s important to think about these three factors: budget, marketing strategy, and the type of vehicle you’re wrapping. We’ll break it down to help you make an informed decision when deciding which type of wrap to go with when creating your own marketing campaign.

1. Spot Graphics

A spot wrap consists of a single color decal or set of printed graphics that are applied to a vehicle’s exterior or exposed through a window. If you are looking for branding on a budget and need a simple solution, spot graphics are the right choice for you. Depending on where you place them, they can be highly effective when it comes to advertising an event or promoting a cause.Vinyl film can be custom cut to any shape, making it a great medium for portraying your company’s logo and other small decals. The typical spots for these graphics are the vehicle’s doors, hood, or trunk. This type of vehicle wrap works best if it has high visibility from all angles. They are easier to change frequently than full and partial wraps. If you’re trying to advertise your business with minimal investment, spot wraps are an excellent choice. Think of it like a stamp! Straight-forward with no fluff!

2. Partial Wrap

Partial wraps can be customized to fit your needs and are by far the most flexible of our package options. Partial vehicle wraps are less expensive and easier to install than full wraps but can therefore have a smaller impact on your business.  The main advantage of partial vehicle wraps is that they’re cheaper than a full wrap. Since they only cover part of your car or truck, you save money by not having to purchase as many materials or pay for labor charges. The downside is that you won’t get nearly as much exposure from a partial wrap compared to a full one. If your budget doesn’t allow for a complete vehicle wrap, go with partial graphics instead. With this flexibility, we can easily design the wrap to fit a variety of budgets and preferences. The possibilities are endless! ContactLouisiana Graphics to learn more today!

3. Full Wrap

A full vehicle wrap can be a great way to make a statement. With this package, your vehicle will be completely covered in your brand’s colors and logos. If you are looking for a fully branded vehicle, custom vehicle wraps fromLouisiana Graphics will help you achieve your goal. If your fleet consists of different color vehicles, this package is also a great way to accomplish uniformity. Full wraps have many benefits and drawbacks as well. For one thing, full vehicle wraps give you maximum brand exposure – if you’re going for visibility and identity recognition among potential customers, a full wrap is for you.

However, it’s important to note that there are certain limitations with regards to where you can place full vehicle wraps. You may need to take into account things like physical obstructions (such as pillars or door handles) when planning out a design. With a full wrap, you can completely transform your vehicles and make a bold, memorable statement!

Our vinyl film is completely customizable, making it the perfect marketing vessel for your company. “Mobile advertising generates 2.5 times more attention than a static billboard,” says Perception Research, which makes it a very smart investment. Your company’s logo or custom design can be printed on a vinyl film with your preferred finish for any vehicle or surface of your choosing! With modern printing technology, any image you wish to display will be depicted with a level of accuracy and brilliance that will impress any on-looker! A well-designed vinyl wrap not only has the potential to spruce up your business’s curb appeal, but to also make your vehicles easily recognizable wherever they may go.

The vinyl film we use is also durable and removable. Vehicle wraps, when installed on OEM paint jobs in good condition, are made to be fully removable. In fact, vinyl wraps are also protective, minimizing the wear and tear on the original condition of your vehicle and preserving its value. The highly damage-resistant vinyl film will take the beating for you and will remain intact for up to 5 years! Whether you want to rebrand your fleet or change the color of your car, a vinyl wrap is a stylish way to protect your vehicle!

When it comes to vinyl wraps and graphics, quality is key and it’s the main focus at Louisiana Graphics. Our 2,000 sq. ft. garage is conveniently located in the Elmwood Business Park, and our crew is dedicated to providing the highest quality of work at a competitive price throughout the southeastern United States. Contact us today to get started!