Turn your vehicle into a moving billboard

There are lots of ways to use your vehicle to advertise your business. From magnetic door stickers to full vehicles wraps, you can turn your 4-wheeler into a mobile billboard. Read on to learn about some of the most popular methods.

Turn your vehicle into a moving billboard

Bumper sticker

Simple but effective, a bumper sticker is advertising on a dime. Sometimes all you need is a clever line and a phone number to get people calling you.

Vinyl lettering

If you are on a tight budget, consider something as simple as sticking vinyl lettering to your vehicle. There are lots of places to purchase them, including art supply stores. You can also have custom graphics printed. The only drawback is you can’t remove it easily if you want to drive around unbranded. But with modern printing techniques you can create some stunning graphics in a variety of colours and designs.

Door magnets

With some affordable car door magnets, your truck becomes a mobile ad. Choose from assorted magnet sizes. Put your name and web address on one, your business motto on another -- whatever you want customers to know! Remember to put them on the rear of your vehicle, if you can. That way people can read it when you're stopped at a light. Because they are magnetic, you can remove them easily.

Vehicle wrap

Both partial vehicle wraps and full vehicle wraps can transform your car or truck into a mobile billboard. No matter the size or shape of your vehicle, a wrap looks like it is hand painted art. Perforated vinyl windows gives maximizes surface area without blocking the driver's view. The driver can see out but people can’t see in!

Whatever method you choose, safety is paramount. Make sure you deal with a reputable supplier, and ensure you follow all legal guidelines. A number of municipalities have introduced strict laws in order to mandate against mobile advertisements. Be sure you know what you are allowed to do before you spend the money.

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