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There are circumstances when you may want a sign on a truck, trailer or steel surface, but not permanently. Magnetic signs fill that gap. While there are virtually no limitations on the design of a custom magnetic vehicle sign, they are not as durable as permanent installations such as vinyl lettering. Even with that said, Magnetic Signs are great for enhancing the look of a personal vehicle or an entire commercial fleet while maintaining the ease of a one minute removal.

Perhaps the most well-known example of vehicle advertising is the famous Oscar Meyer Weinermobile, which drove into our hearts more than half a century ago. This promotional tactic was quite a hit, driving coast to coast and picking up tons of pop-cultural currency along the way. But you don’t have to turn your business fleet into a bunch of giant country-crossing hot dogs to garner attention. These days, high performance custom vinyl applications have made it affordable and easy for companies to promote their business directly on their vehicles. Window Lettering, Magnetic Signs, Vinyl Graphic Kits, are just some of the types of available vehicle lettering choices vehicle lettering.

Custom full-vehicle wraps make quite a statement, but can cost thousands of dollars. They are also quite flashy (perhaps too flashy) for everyday driving. The easiest and most cost-effective method for vehicle advertising is vinyl vehicle lettering. With our unique design tools, you can design directly on your vehicle, taking the legwork (and the guesswork!) out of figuring out dimensions and lettering sizes. Vinyl lettering is easy to apply and durable in all weather conditions, and can be easily removed when vehicles are retired or sold.

Probably the most popular type of vehicle lettering for business is done on the sides of vans. You have probably seen this type of advertising for your local plumber, florist, or pizza place. Vans are ideal as they provide large, flat areas for lettering and graphics, but vinyl applications on even the smallest vehicles can be quite striking. Since vinyl is flexible and thin, is can be stretched over slightly curved surfaces without any aesthetic sacrifices, even by a beginner.

Reflective lettering is also recommended so that your car can “work for you” even at night. This is also a safety recommendation as well. People tend to let of the gas and slow down when approaching a vehicle that is glowing in the dark. There are several colors available of this extremely weatherproof vinyl.