Are you looking to wrap your Ram 1500? You’ve come to the right place! We are here to teach you how to do it like a pro. And if you’re not a DIYer, we’re here to connect you with the pros.
Either way, car wrapping is a great way to protect your vehicle from scratches and dents, while also giving it a new look. It can sometimes be an expensive process, but it’s well worth it in the end. We will discuss the cost of car wrapping, how to wrap a Ram 1500, and how to find the best option for your truck. Stay tuned!
Why Car Wrapping?
Car wrapping is a process whereby a thin film is applied to the exterior of a car. The film can be removed without damaging the paintwork, making it a great option for those who want to protect their vehicle’s paint job. It is also much cheaper than repainting your car, and you can choose from a wide range of colors and finishes.
Cost to Wrap a Ram 1500
The cost of car wrapping varies depending on the size of your vehicle and the type of wrap you choose. On average, a partial wrap will start at $750, and a full wrap will start at $1,500 and $5,500 to wrap a large truck like a Ram 1500. However, different factors can make this lower or higher.
For example, if you just want to add decals or a partial wrap (say, just the hood or doors), you can cut down on costs. Alternatively, if you want a full wrap that completely covers the vehicle, high-quality vinyl, and other customization like metallic or special order trim, your price will be higher.
Can You Wrap a Truck with Dents or Rust?
It is possible to wrap a truck with dents or rust, but it’s not recommended. The film will not stick as well to damaged surfaces, and you may end up having to replace the wrap sooner than expected. If your truck has dents or rust, we recommend fixing these first before wrapping.
Because so many people use Ram 1500’s as all-terrain and work vehicles, it’s possible your truck has sustained some damage. To ensure the longest-lasting wrap job, get minor dents and rust repaired first. If your vehicle is newer or in great shape, getting it wrapped now is a great way to protect it from scratches and rust!
How to Wrap Your Truck Yourself
If you’re the DIY type, then we have good news for you: wrapping your truck yourself is fairly easy! All you need is some patience, a few tools, and a friend to help out.
The first step is to clean the surface of your truck. This is important because any dirt or debris will prevent the wrap from adhering properly. Once the surface is clean, you can start applying the wrap.
Start at the top of the truck and work your way down. Be sure to smooth out any bubbles as you go. If you need to take a break, make sure to adhere the edges of the wrap so it doesn’t peel off.
The Best Option to Wrap a Truck
If you’re not a DIYer or if you want a professional-looking job, then we recommend finding a reputable car wrapping company. This is the best option to ensure your truck looks great and the wrap lasts for many years. National Car Wraps is here for all your truck wrapping needs. Get started today!