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Car & Vehicle Wraps

Car Wraps are an Excellent Way to Expand Your Business Branding

Take Your Business to a Whole New Level with a Beautiful Vehicle Wrap


Company Vehicle Wraps. Davenport, Iowa

Take Full Advantage of Your Vehicles Visible Space

Vehicle wraps are advertisements that either partially or completely cover a vehicle. At Hale Printing we do it all in-house design, print, and install, from start to finish so rest assured, you are getting the best car wrap possible. Our in house installers work at the highest level of vehicle wrap installation there is.

In addition to car wraps, we can wrap any type of vehicle: trailers, box trucks, buses, shuttle buses, SUV’s and more! (Sorry, no motorcycles, helmets or bicycles.)

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Attractive Branding

A clear, concise design will promote sales and contribute to strong brand image. Our professional designs make you stand out above the competition. From simple lettering to big vehicle graphics to full wraps, our creative team will design vehicle graphics to meet any budget. Car wraps and vehicle graphics are extremely effective for vehicles that are always on the road or just parked in front of your business. They are also perfect for short term special events and promotions. Car wraps allow you to reach a much larger audience just by driving your vehicle day to day.


Vehicle Wraps Options

There are so many options when it comes to automotive wraps. We have full vehicle wraps, partial vehicle wraps, spot graphics and window wraps to fit any budget.

  • Full vehicle wrap: Full wraps cover an entire vehicle, including cars, buses, vans and boats, delivering a dramatic message to anyone who sees it. They’ll cover the hood, the roof, the pillars, the sides and any other place where paint could show through. Typically, full wraps are the best choice for businesses looking for maximum exposure and a cohesive design. You can advertise with the whole surface area of your vehicle, and you don’t have to worry about it not matching.
  • Partial vehicle wrap: With a partial wrap, you can save money and only cover a few parts of the vehicle. You may have half of a bus to cover or you want to leave your car’s roof the original color to go with your design. A partial wrap can accomplish that and wrap just a few parts of the car.
  • Spot graphics: Say you have a vehicle with a lot of space, like a utility van. That blank canvas can be a good place for you to put your logo without necessarily wrapping the whole vehicle or even that section. We offer smaller spot graphics to fill these areas and bring your imagery to the vehicle at the lowest cost. Window decals can also be an excellent addition.
  • Window coverings: Though they are typically an element in a full wrap, you can cover your windows with a perforated vinyl that extends your design over them. They are see-through from the inside, so you can use them without influencing your visibility. They appear as a solid design on the outside.

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Tips for Vehicle Wraps

Here are some basic tips that you should follow if you're interested in a vehicle wrap:

1. Let a Professional Install Them

Sure you can DIY your vehicle wrap by yourself. Instead, a professional who has been trained and certified to install vehicle wraps should get the job done for you.

A professional will have the proper tools, and techniques, needed to install the wrap properly. A proper installed vehicle wrap shine for years. Graphic installation takes practice, and it can take many hours to complete the process. Instead of risking an improperly installed wrap, employ a professional to ensure that the wrap is as visually appealing and durable as possible.

2. Keeping the Wraps Clean

Vehicle wraps are made to hold up against the outdoor elements, regular cleaing of the vehicle wrap is always best. Handwash the wraps is always the recomended way to wash them. A gentle handwashing lets you remove grime and dirt as gently as possible. When washing a wrap, use mild detergents and a soft microfiber cloth, and stay away from harsh chemicals, hard scrubbers or abrasives.

If you do decide to run the vehicle wrap through automated car washes, then you should select the most gentle cycle as possible. The wraps should never be cleaned with a pressure washer. That being said, after a vehicle has been wrapped, you’ll want to wait for a week or two before doing any kind of washing or rinsing.

3. Keep it Simple

Since your truck and other vehicles on the road will often be traveling at fast speeds, you don’t want your truck wrap to have an overly complicated design. It’s a good idea to keep the design simple so that you can communicate with other drivers effectively.

It’s common for companies to include their slogan, company logo, name, website and phone number on their truck wrap. This content is about all you need to have an effectively designed truck wrap. Having plenty of empty space is not a bad thing, as it makes the wrap easier to look at and draws attention to important information.


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