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Thursday, December 09 2021

There comes a point when you decide you want to upgrade your vehicle. Whether it be your personal vehicle to a business vehicle, you can never go wrong with a wrap. If you are just looking to add text then lettering would be a good option. Both options can be used for personal and business vehicles, but what is the difference between them?

1. Application Time

The main difference between vehicle wraps and lettering is the size. Lettering is usually done in smaller sections, which makes it quick and easy but still considered durable and of good quality. This means that it is possible for someone to do it on their own but if they are not experienced, there is a risk of air bubbles or it looking slanted if not applied correctly. If you are willing to invest a little more time and money, then a vehicle wrap is probably the way to go.

2. Branding

Another thing you should think about is what you want your vehicle to portray. Small lettering and decals are a good way to add personality to your personal car. This is also something that you can buy online and do yourself if you feel confident with your skills. If you are looking to upgrade a business vehicle, you might want to consider making it fit the brand of your company. Small lettering jobs might not be enough to catch the viewer's eye and show them what your company is about. For this reason, a partial or full wrap might be a better option. With a wrap, you are able to use text, color, and images that are already in your branding and add them to your vehicle. It can be as detailed or simple as you want because it is all custom. 

3. Overall Value

Overall, vehicle wraps probably have more value than a simple lettering job. Unlike lettering, wraps add a protective layer to your vehicle's original paint. You're able to completely change the color and design of your vehicle while still being able to return it to its original form. Lettering isn't the wrong choice if you just need text. It all depends on what you need and want for your vehicle.

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