What makes a vehicle sign say “look over here”?
Poorly designed vehicle signs are hard to read, confusing, boring, and forgettable. Good vehicle signs have a hook to catch the eye and tell your story quickly. Keep the design clean and simple – sometimes just one strong photo and website address will do. (After all, people can’t read long blocks of text at 65 miles per hour!)
Who uses vehicle signs?
Business owners who want bang for their advertising buck should consider the real estate on the side of their commercial vehicle. Studies show vehicle graphics are more cost-effective than paid newspaper, radio, television, or online ads, based on cost per impression.
Zebra Visuals provides vehicle signs, lettering, and wraps for:
- General contractors
- Landscaping contractors
- Carpenters, plumbers, HVAC, painters, locksmiths, and other trades
- Housecleaning companies
- Chimney sweeps
- Restaurants and eateries that deliver
- Any company that wants effective advertising out on the road
Note that Massachusetts law requires any vehicle owned by a commercial entity to have a commercial plate, and vehicles with commercial plates must be labeled with commercial signage.
What kinds of vehicle graphics do you produce?
- High-performance vinyl lettering: one-, two- or three-color
- Partial wraps:
- Box trucks
- Pickup trucks
- Small and large vans
- 22K gold-leaf films
- Gilded 23K gold-leaf with hand-painted detailing
- Commercial markings
- Digitally printed illustrations