Make your truck work for you by turning it into a mobile advertisement

Truck signage is a cost-efficient method of advertising that allows you to increase visibility with a one-time investment that can last up to five years. By using your vehicle as a moving billboard, you can promote your message constantly, whether you have one truck or a national fleet. We can create signs for your vehicles no matter where they are located on your truck!

What is the benefit of a truck wrap?

Not only do truck wraps serve promotional purposes, they also offer a variety of advantages for both your fleet and financial well-being. Compared to custom paint jobs, truck wraps can cost up to 50% less and can be easily removed if you decide to sell the truck, update your branding, or change your preferences. Business owners should also note that truck wraps are fully tax-deductible, making them a cost-effective promotional investment option. Additionally, the wrap installation process is much faster than paint, allowing your truck to get back on the road sooner. Typically, we can wrap an entire prime mover cab and trailer in just 3 days.

How do we print a full truck wrap?

At Print Supplies Australia, we are dedicated to providing our customers with the latest technology and highest quality materials. We use only the best vinyls on the market, including industry leaders Avery, 3M, and Arlon, to create stunning and long-lasting vehicle graphics. Our team of experts are professionally trained applicators, who ensure that your wrap is not only visually impressive but also applied to the highest standards. We also add a UV over-laminate to all our graphics, giving an extra layer of protection against UV rays, harsh weather and everyday wear and tear. Trust in us to deliver truck wraps that will maintain their brilliance for years to come when you choose Print Supplies Australia.

What is a full truck wrap?

A full truck wrap is a complete covering of a truck’s surface, including the hood, roof, sides and back, using a high-quality vinyl material that has been printed with a custom design. This process is typically done by professional wrap installers who use specialized tools and large format digital printers. The vinyl is cut to size and applied to the truck, often with the use of heat to activate the adhesive for a tight bond. The end result is a total change in the truck’s appearance with the design covering the entire vehicle. These wraps are often used for advertising, branding, and personalization purposes.

What is a partial truck wrap?

A partial truck wrap is a form of vehicle wrapping that covers only a part of the truck’s exterior, instead of the entire vehicle. This can include portions such as the sides, back, or a part of the hood and roof. The wrap is made of high-quality vinyl material that is printed with a custom design, typically using a large format digital printer. Professional wrap installers use specialized tools to cut and apply the vinyl to the truck and often use heat to bond the wrap to the surface. This creates a change in the truck’s appearance, with the design covering only a selected area of the vehicle. Partial truck wraps are a popular choice for advertising, branding, and personalization and are more cost-efficient than a full wrap.

How long does a truck wrap last?

The duration of a truck wrap can depend on various factors such as the vinyl quality, the application process, and the maintenance given to the wrap. Usually, a truck wrap of good quality can last between 3-5 years if properly taken care of. But, with high-quality vinyl and expert installation, a wrap can survive up to 7 years. Some factors that can shorten the life of a wrap are extreme temperatures, harsh weather, inadequate maintenance and cleaning, and exposure to UV rays. To guarantee a long-lasting wrap, it’s essential to keep the truck clean and avoid parking it under direct sunlight for long periods of time.

What is the process of printing and installing a full truck wrap?

The process of printing and installing a full truck wrap typically involves the following steps: 

1. Design and preparation: The first step is to create a custom design for the wrap, which can be done by a professional graphic designer or by using pre-made templates. The design is then printed on large format digital printer using high-quality vinyl.
2. Cutting and Pre-installation: The printed vinyl is then cut to size and shape, using specialized software and plotter cutter, and a pre-installation is done to check the fit and alignment.
3. Cleaning and surface preparation: The truck’s surface is thoroughly cleaned and prepped, to ensure that the wrap adheres properly.
4. Installation: The cut vinyl is then applied to the truck by professional wrap installers using specialized tools, such as a squeegee, heat gun, and a knife. The wrap is heated up with a heat gun to activate the adhesive and ensure a tight bond between the vinyl and the truck surface.
5. UV over-laminate: To provide an extra layer of protection against harmful UV rays, harsh weather conditions, and everyday wear and tear, a UV over-laminate is applied on top of the graphics.
6. Care and maintenance: The wrap will require proper care and maintenance, including regular cleaning and avoiding parking in direct sunlight for extended periods of time. 

The entire process may take anywhere from 1-4 days depending on the size of the truck and complexity of the design.