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VEHICLE WRAPS​ FAQ

Vehicle wraps, bus wraps and fleet wraps are comprised of three phases. The first is the design phase, which includes accurate measurements for the vehicle and design of the graphics to be applied. The second is the production phase, where the graphics are printed and laminated to protect the vinyl from abrasions and UV rays that can cause graphics to fade over time. The third phase is installation, when the vinyl is applied to your vehicle.

Fierce Wraps has access to a install facility in Orangeville, Ontario.

No. Our company designs, prints and wraps vehicles for businesses looking to advertise on their vehicles. We are not a driver – advertiser broker. (i.e. we do not find or run a database of drivers for advertisers or vise versa)

Vehicle advertising has one of the lowest cost-per-impressions of any advertising mediums. In fact, the American Trucking Association estimates an average of 16 million impressions per year just by driving around or parking your vehicle where your vehicle graphics can easily be seen. A single delivery truck with effective graphic design can attract millions of visual impressions a year. That equates to thousands of people focusing their attention on your company. If you are using your vehicle wrap to improve the appearance of your vehicle, digitally printed vehicle wraps simply can’t be duplicated. When it is time to sell your vehicle, the paint will be in better shape where the wrap was applied.

Yes. Since a wrap can be removed without damaging a vehicle, there are no restrictions against wrapping a leased vehicle. However, you should always obtain permission to wrap a leased or rented vehicle.

Yes. Graphics, logos, and phone numbers (or any part of the design) can be changed, reprinted and reinstalled. You do not need to redo the entire wrap if the damage is limited to certain areas of the vehicle. We also recommend informing your auto insurance that you have added a wrap to your vehicle. In most cases it can be insured against any damage that may occur.

It is critical to test the surface of a primered vehicle before accepting this type of job. Some paint-primered surfaces do not have an acceptable bond to wrapping vinyls and need to be sanded or painted prior to installation.

Most professionals prefer a black vehicle because black helps to hide any areas that don’t match the vinyl graphics. Any base color on a vehicle can be wrapped, but black seems to work the best. If you have a base color other than black, try to design your wrap with colors that will compliment your base color.

You can see through window graphics that are printed on perforated window film. Window perf vinyl is vinyl that is perforated with very small holes which allow you to see out. From inside the vehicle visibility is similar to regular window tint. From the outside the graphic is visible. For safety reasons the front windshield and front driver and passenger windows should not have vinyl graphics. Rear windshield and rear windows on passenger and driver side doors can normally have vinyl graphics. However, laws vary by state, so please check with us.

No, a car wrap when applied and removed correctly, does not damage your car’s OEM paint. In fact, it protects it. However, when a vehicle has been repainted we can not guarantee paint damage will not occur.

Yes, the wrap can be removed. However, attempting to remove it yourself may cause damage to your paint. We suggest having Innovative Signs, Inc remove your vehicle wrap as our installation experts are best equipped to do this task.

Hand washing your vehicle with a mild liquid detergent is best. Avoid high pressure washes, which can potentially lift up the vinyl due to improper use of the water pressure. Also be careful never to use an ice scraper on window graphics. The wrap is an investment to your marketing and advertising strategy and thus it should be protected. There are specially designed products to clean and polish vinyl graphics. Ask us for further details.

Yes. A thorough wash of the vehicle is required prior to delivery to remove dust, mud, wax, oil, armor-all type products, and other agents that may prevent the vinyl from adhering to the vehicle surface during the installation process. Even if you clean the vehicle, your installer will still do some prep work to ensure it is ready for installation of the graphic.

Our wraps will normally outlast the vehicle. You can expect your wrap to last 5 years or longer, as long as you’re careful about high pressure washing. We recommend replacing your wrap after 5 years for ease of removal.

With vehicle wraps your creativity and design possibilities are limitless as opposed to paint. For example, it is very difficult to paint a photograph, but very easy to digitally reproduce a photograph. Paint simply cannot duplicate what is possible with digitally printed vinyl vehicle wraps. Vinyl vehicle wraps are also a great way to protect your original paint underneath.

Finally, it is much easier to change your vehicle wrap vinyl graphics than to change a paint job.

A full wrap covers the entire surface of the vehicle, from the roof to the bumpers. A partial wrap can cover a rear window or three-fourths of the vehicle. You can wrap as much or as little as you need to fit any size budget.

Our wraps are typically installed in 2-3 days, depending on the size of the vehicle and intricacy of the wrap. Time estimates are given to our customers prior to beginning the installation process. However developing the concept and design does take much more time. Once the design has been approved it can take between 7-14 business days before installation.

Cost – Benefit in comparison to other forms of advertising impressions: The Traffic Audit Bureau for Media Measurement reports that vehicle wrap advertising can generate 30,000 to 70,000 daily vehicular impressions. With the number of sightings per day, the cost of vehicle wrap advertising is less than a billboard in high traffic areas. Impact – A recent poll shows that: 90% of travelers notice graphics on wrapped vehicles. 75% of consumers form impressions about a company based on the fleet graphics. 30% of consumers base buying decisions on impressions they receive from company vehicles. Less regulation –In most cases you do not need a permit for vehicle wrap advertising, but always check with us about laws in your area. You own it! –Many forms of advertising, like billboards or radio are simply a rented amount of time. Not vehicle wraps, you own the graphic and the vehicle.

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VEHICLE GRAPHICS​ FAQ

Vehicle wraps, bus wraps and fleet wraps are comprised of three phases. The first is the design phase, which includes accurate measurements for the vehicle and design of the graphics to be applied. The second is the production phase, where the graphics are printed and laminated to protect the vinyl from abrasions and UV rays that can cause graphics to fade over time. The third phase is installation, when the vinyl is applied to your vehicle.

Fierce Wraps has access to a install facility in Orangeville, Ontario.

No. Our company designs, prints and applies graphics to vehicles for businesses looking to advertise on their vehicles. We are not a driver – advertiser broker. (i.e. we do not find or run a database of drivers for advertisers or vise versa)

Vehicle advertising has one of the lowest cost-per-impressions of any advertising mediums. In fact, the American Trucking Association estimates an average of 16 million impressions per year just by driving around or parking your vehicle where your vehicle graphics can easily be seen. A single delivery truck with effective graphic design can attract millions of visual impressions a year. That equates to thousands of people focusing their attention on your company.

Answer to this question coming soon. Until then, please contact us for an answer to this question.

Yes. Graphics, logos, and phone numbers (or any part of the design) can be changed, reprinted and reinstalled. You do not necessarily need to redo the entire graphics set if the damage is limited to certain areas of the vehicle. We also recommend informing your auto insurance that you have added a vehicle graphics to your vehicle. In most cases it can be insured against any damage that may occur.

It is critical to test the surface of a primered vehicle before accepting this type of job. Some paint-primered surfaces do not have an acceptable bond to graphics vinyls and need to be sanded or painted prior to installation.

Most professionals prefer a black vehicle because black helps to hide any areas that don’t match the vinyl graphics. Any base color on a vehicle can have graphics applied, but black seems to work the best. If you have a base color other than black, try to design your graphics with colors that will compliment your base color.

You can see through window graphics that are printed on perforated window film. Window perf vinyl is vinyl that is perforated with very small holes which allow you to see out. From inside the vehicle visibility is similar to regular window tint. From the outside the graphic is visible. For safety reasons the front windshield and front driver and passenger windows should not have vinyl graphics. Rear windshield and rear windows on passenger and driver side doors can normally have vinyl graphics. However, laws vary by state, so please check with us.

Answer to this question coming soon. Until then, please contact us for an answer to this question.

Yes, the graphicsp can be removed. However, attempting to remove them yourself may cause damage to your paint. We suggest having Innovative Signs, Inc remove your graphics as our installation experts are best equipped to do this task.

Hand washing your vehicle with a mild liquid detergent is best. Avoid high pressure washes, which can potentially lift up the vinyl due to improper use of the water pressure. Also be careful never to use an ice scraper on window graphics. The graphics are an investment to your marketing and advertising strategy and thus it should be protected. There are specially designed products to clean and polish vinyl graphics. Ask us for further details.

Yes. A thorough wash of the vehicle is required prior to delivery to remove dust, mud, wax, oil, armor-all type products, and other agents that may prevent the vinyl from adhering to the vehicle surface during the installation process. Even if you clean the vehicle, your installer will still do some prep work to ensure it is ready for installation of the graphic.

Our graphics will normally outlast the vehicle. You can expect your graphics to last 5 years or longer, as long as you’re careful about high pressure washing. We recommend replacing your graphics after 5 years for ease of removal.

Graphics are typically installed in 2-3 days, depending on the size of the vehicle and intricacy of the design. Time estimates are given to our customers prior to beginning the installation process. However, developing the concept and design does take much more time. Once the design has been approved it can take between 7-14 business days before installation.

Cost – Benefit in comparison to other forms of advertising impressions: The Traffic Audit Bureau for Media Measurement reports that vehicle graphics advertising can generate 30,000 to 70,000 daily vehicular impressions. With the number of sightings per day, the cost of vehicle graphics advertising is less than a billboard in high traffic areas. Impact – A recent poll shows that: 90% of travelers notice graphics on vehicles. 75% of consumers form impressions about a company based on the fleet graphics. 30% of consumers base buying decisions on impressions they receive from company vehicles. Less regulation –In most cases you do not need a permit for vehicle graphics advertising, but always check with us about laws in your area. You own it! –Many forms of advertising, like billboards or radio are simply a rented amount of time. Not vehicle graphics, you own the graphics and the vehicle.

Vehicle Graphics are a small to large vinyl graphics or decals that are applied directly over the original paint of the vehicle. The application of the graphics allow you to change the vehicle’s appearance into a powerful advertising tool.

Yes. We have applied vinyl graphics to store fronts, walls, elevators, motorcycles, golf carts; whatever we can get our hands on!

A wrap is a large vinyl graphic or decal that is applied directly over the original paint of the vehicle. The application of the wrap allows you to change the vehicle’s appearance into a powerful advertising tool. The application is so precise it is often mistaken for a custom paint job.

Yes. We have wrapped store fronts, walls, elevators, motorcycles, golf carts; whatever we can get our hands on!

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TRAILER WRAPS & GRAPHICS FAQ

Trailer wraps, vehicle wraps bus wraps and fleet wraps are comprised of three phases. The first is the design phase, which includes accurate measurements for the vehicle and design of the graphics to be applied. The second is the production phase, where the graphics are printed and laminated to protect the vinyl from abrasions and UV rays that can cause graphics to fade over time. The third phase is installation, when the vinyl is applied to your vehicle.

Fierce Wraps has access to a install facility in Orangeville, Ontario.

No. Our company designs, prints and wraps vehicles for businesses looking to advertise on their vehicles. We are not a driver – advertiser broker. (i.e. we do not find or run a database of drivers for advertisers or vise versa)

Vehicle advertising has one of the lowest cost-per-impressions of any advertising mediums. In fact, the American Trucking Association estimates an average of 16 million impressions per year just by driving around or parking your vehicle where your vehicle graphics can easily be seen. A single delivery truck with effective graphic design can attract millions of visual impressions a year. That equates to thousands of people focusing their attention on your company. If you are using your vehicle wrap to improve the appearance of your vehicle, digitally printed vehicle wraps simply can’t be duplicated. When it is time to sell your vehicle, the paint will be in better shape where the wrap was applied.

Yes. Since a wrap can be removed without damaging a trailer there are no restrictions against wrapping a leased trailer. However, you should always obtain permission to wrap a leased or rented trailer.

Yes. Graphics, logos, and phone numbers (or any part of the design) can be changed, reprinted and reinstalled. You do not need to redo the entire wrap if the damage is limited to certain areas of the trailer. We also recommend informing your auto insurance that you have added a wrap to your trailer. In some cases it can be insured against any damage that may occur.

It is critical to test the surface of a primered trailer before accepting this type of job. Some paint-primered surfaces do not have an acceptable bond to wrapping vinyls and need to be sanded or painted prior to installation.

Most professionals prefer a black trailer because black helps to hide any areas that don’t match the vinyl graphics. Any base color on a trailer can be wrapped, but black seems to work the best. If you have a base color other than black, try to design your wrap with colors that will compliment your base color.

No, a trailer wrap when applied and removed correctly, does not damage your trailer’s OEM paint. In fact, it protects it. However, when a trailer has been repainted we can not guarantee paint damage will not occur.

Hand washing your trailer with a mild liquid detergent is best. Avoid high pressure washes, which can potentially lift up the vinyl due to improper use of the water pressure. Also be careful never to use an ice scraper on graphics. The wrap is an investment to your marketing and advertising strategy and thus it should be protected. There are specially designed products to clean and polish vinyl graphics. Ask us for further details.

Yes. A thorough wash of the trailer is required prior to delivery to remove dust, mud, wax, oil, armor-all type products, and other agents that may prevent the vinyl from adhering to the trailer surface during the installation process. Even if you clean the trailer, your installer will still do some prep work to ensure it is ready for installation of the graphic.

Our wraps will normally outlast the trailer. You can expect your wrap to last 5 years or longer, as long as you’re careful about high pressure washing. We recommend replacing your wrap after 5 years for ease of removal.

With trailer wraps your creativity and design possibilities are limitless as opposed to paint. For example, it is very difficult to paint a photograph, but very easy to digitally reproduce a photograph. Paint simply cannot duplicate what is possible with digitally printed vinyl wraps. Vinyl trailer wraps are also a great way to protect your original paint underneath.

Finally, it is much easier to change your wrap vinyl graphics than to change a paint job.

A full wrap covers the entire surface of the trailer, from the roof to the bumpers. A partial wrap can cover the doors or three-fourths of the trailer. You can wrap as much or as little as you need to fit any size budget.

Our wraps are typically installed in 2-3 days, depending on the size of the trailer and intricacy of the wrap. Time estimates are given to our customers prior to beginning the installation process. However developing the concept and design does take much more time. Once the design has been approved it can take between 7-14 business days before installation.

Cost – Benefit in comparison to other forms of advertising impressions: The Traffic Audit Bureau for Media Measurement reports that vehicle wrap advertising can generate 30,000 to 70,000 daily vehicular impressions. With the number of sightings per day, the cost of vehicle wrap advertising is less than a billboard in high traffic areas. Impact – A recent poll shows that: 90% of travelers notice graphics on wrapped vehicles. 75% of consumers form impressions about a company based on the fleet graphics. 30% of consumers base buying decisions on impressions they receive from company vehicles. Less regulation –In most cases you do not need a permit for vehicle wrap advertising, but always check with us about laws in your area. You own it! –Many forms of advertising, like billboards or radio are simply a rented amount of time. Not vehicle wraps, you own the graphic and the vehicle.

A trailer wrap is a large vinyl graphic or decal that is applied directly over the original paint of the trailer. The application of the wrap allows you to change the trailer’s appearance into a powerful advertising tool. The application is so precise it is often mistaken for a custom paint job.

Yes. We have wrapped store fronts, walls, elevators, motorcycles, golf carts; whatever we can get our hands on!

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SPRINTER, TRANSIT VAN & FOOD TRUCK WRAPS & GRAPHICS​

Van wraps, vehicle wraps, bus wraps and fleet wraps are comprised of three phases. The first is the design phase, which includes accurate measurements for the vehicle and design of the graphics to be applied. The second is the production phase, where the graphics are printed and laminated to protect the vinyl from abrasions and UV rays that can cause graphics to fade over time. The third phase is installation, when the vinyl is applied to your vehicle.

Fierce Wraps has access to a install facility in Orangeville, Ontario.

No. Our company designs, prints and wraps vehicles for businesses looking to advertise on their vehicles. We are not a driver – advertiser broker. (i.e. we do not find or run a database of drivers for advertisers or vise versa)

Vehicle advertising has one of the lowest cost-per-impressions of any advertising mediums. In fact, the American Trucking Association estimates an average of 16 million impressions per year just by driving around or parking your vehicle where your vehicle graphics can easily be seen. A single delivery van with effective graphic design can attract millions of visual impressions a year. That equates to thousands of people focusing their attention on your company. If you are using your vehicle wrap to improve the appearance of your vehicle, digitally printed vehicle wraps simply can’t be duplicated. When it is time to sell your vehicle, the paint will be in better shape where the wrap was applied.

Yes. Since a wrap can be removed without damaging a van, there are no restrictions against wrapping a leased van. However, you should always obtain permission to wrap a leased or rented van.

Yes. Graphics, logos, and phone numbers (or any part of the design) can be changed, reprinted and reinstalled. You do not need to redo the entire wrap if the damage is limited to certain areas of the sprinter or transit van. We also recommend informing your auto insurance that you have added a wrap to your van. In most cases it can be insured against any damage that may occur.

It is critical to test the surface of a primered vehicle before accepting this type of job. Some paint-primered surfaces do not have an acceptable bond to wrapping vinyls and need to be sanded or painted prior to installation. Q: Should you use or require clear vinyl overlaminate for your vehicle wraps? A: Absolutely, but with one exception. Clear vinyl overlaminates protect the finished print from scuffing, weather, gasoline, and washing. Some overlaminates also provide fading protection from the sun. Finally, most installers highly prefer to wrap with a vinyl that has been overlaminated because it provides much more strength during the initial wrapping process and during the wrap removal process. The only exception to clear vinyl overlaminate would be for perforated window film.

Most professionals prefer a black van because black helps to hide any areas that don’t match the vinyl graphics. Any base color on a vehicle can be wrapped, but black seems to work the best. If you have a base color other than black, try to design your wrap with colors that will compliment your base color.

You can see through window graphics that are printed on perforated window film. Window perf vinyl is vinyl that is perforated with very small holes which allow you to see out. From inside the van, visibility is similar to regular window tint. From the outside the graphic is visible. For safety reasons the front windshield and front driver and passenger windows should not have vinyl graphics. Rear windshield and rear windows on passenger and driver side doors can normally have vinyl graphics. However, laws vary by state, so please check with us.

No, a van wrap when applied and removed correctly, does not damage your car’s OEM paint. In fact, it protects it. However, when a transit or sprinter van has been repainted we can not guarantee paint damage will not occur.

Yes, the wrap can be removed. However, attempting to remove it yourself may cause damage to your paint. We suggest having Innovative Signs, Inc remove your vehicle wrap as our installation experts are best equipped to do this task.

Hand washing your sprinter or transit van with a mild liquid detergent is best. Avoid high pressure washes, which can potentially lift up the vinyl due to improper use of the water pressure. Also be careful never to use an ice scraper on window graphics. The wrap is an investment to your marketing and advertising strategy and thus it should be protected. There are specially designed products to clean and polish vinyl graphics. Ask us for further details.

Yes. A thorough wash of the transit or sprinter van is required prior to delivery to remove dust, mud, wax, oil, armor-all type products, and other agents that may prevent the vinyl from adhering to the vehicle surface during the installation process. Even if you clean the vehicle, your installer will still do some prep work to ensure it is ready for installation of the graphic.

Our wraps will normally outlast the vehicle. You can expect your wrap to last 5 years or longer, as long as you’re careful about high pressure washing. We recommend replacing your wrap after 5 years for ease of removal.

With vehicle wraps your creativity and design possibilities are limitless as opposed to paint. For example, it is very difficult to paint a photograph, but very easy to digitally reproduce a photograph. Paint simply cannot duplicate what is possible with digitally printed vinyl vehicle wraps. Vinyl transit and sprinter van wraps are also a great way to protect your original paint underneath.

Finally, it is much easier to change your vehicle wrap vinyl graphics than to change a paint job.

A full wrap covers the entire surface of the van, from the roof to the bumpers. A partial wrap can cover a rear window or three-fourths of the van. You can wrap as much or as little as you need to fit any size budget.

Our wraps are typically installed in 2-3 days, depending on the size of the transit or sprinter van and intricacy of the wrap. Time estimates are given to our customers prior to beginning the installation process. However developing the concept and design does take much more time. Once the design has been approved it can take between 7-14 business days before installation.

Cost – Benefit in comparison to other forms of advertising impressions: The Traffic Audit Bureau for Media Measurement reports that vehicle wrap advertising can generate 30,000 to 70,000 daily vehicular impressions. With the number of sightings per day, the cost of vehicle wrap advertising is less than a billboard in high traffic areas. Impact – A recent poll shows that: 90% of travelers notice graphics on wrapped vehicles. 75% of consumers form impressions about a company based on the fleet graphics. 30% of consumers base buying decisions on impressions they receive from company vehicles. Less regulation –In most cases you do not need a permit for vehicle wrap advertising, but always check with us about laws in your area. You own it! –Many forms of advertising, like billboards or radio are simply a rented amount of time. Not vehicle wraps, you own the graphic and the vehicle.

Cost – Benefit in comparison to other forms of advertising impressions: The Traffic Audit Bureau for Media Measurement reports that vehicle wrap advertising can generate 30,000 to 70,000 daily vehicular impressions. With the number of sightings per day, the cost of vehicle wrap advertising is less than a billboard in high traffic areas. Impact – A recent poll shows that: 90% of travelers notice graphics on wrapped vehicles. 75% of consumers form impressions about a company based on the fleet graphics. 30% of consumers base buying decisions on impressions they receive from company vehicles. Less regulation –In most cases you do not need a permit for vehicle wrap advertising, but always check with us about laws in your area. You own it! –Many forms of advertising, like billboards or radio are simply a rented amount of time. Not vehicle wraps, you own the graphic and the vehicle.

Transit of sprinter van wraps are large vinyl graphics or decals that are applied directly over the original paint of the vehicle. The application of the wrap allows you to change the vehicle’s appearance into a powerful advertising tool. The application is so precise it is often mistaken for a custom paint job.

Yes. We have wrapped store fronts, walls, elevators, motorcycles, golf carts; whatever we can get our hands on!

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