When promoting a product, service or event, it’s important to consider every advertising method available in order to reach the highest number of people possible. Some methods are more expensive and time-consuming than others, so why not turn to the advertising possibilities of your own car? By using well-designed car signage, you can turn your vehicle into a mobile billboard that can make a strong statement.
There are several methods of car signage that the experienced team at REDiNK Signs & Graphics can help you with. The most common methods include cut coloured vinyl graphics and laminated digitally printed graphics, or a combination of both.
Contour cut vinyl graphics are typically used when displaying more simple graphics that don’t have any images, such as company names, phone numbers, and websites. This is a simple and cost-effective way of displaying details on your vehicle.
Laminated digital graphics is a process where an image is printed onto vinyl and laminated for protection before being applied to the vehicle. Moulding these graphics to all the shapes and contours of a vehicle is called ‘Vehicle Wrapping’.
If you’re interested in placing car signage over windows but still want to see out of them, we offer a perforated vinyl that allows you to do both. These are typically used on rear windows and are commonly seen on many bus and tram windows around the city.
If you’re working to a tight budget, it’s a good idea to try and keep graphics away from detailed areas of your vehicle such as door handles, side mirrors and aggressive contours, as wrapping these can be costly and time-consuming.
Advertise every hour of the day anywhere you go by using car signage to turn your vehicle into a mobile billboard. Contact the signage experts at Red Tomatoes today to find out more. Call us on 9761 5965 or simply fill out our convenient online contact form.
Quick Tip: Vehicle magnets can not be used when parking in a loading zone. A sharp eyed parking office will pick the difference and will be sure to give you a ticket. (Bummer)