Ford F-150 Wraps
The most popular truck in America looks even better with your branding on it.
Introducing The Wrapped F-150
If you’re looking to upgrade the appearance of your Ford F-150 or promote a business, wrapping it with vinyl is a great option. Car wraps can add a unique look to your truck while also protecting the original paint underneath.
At National Car Wraps, we specialize in creating high-quality wraps that are tailored to your specific needs. Here are some things to consider when it comes to Ford F-150 wraps.
What Type of Vinyl Wrap Is Best for a Ford F-150?
Choosing the right vinyl is essential to ensuring your wrap lasts for a long time and looks great. At National Car Wraps, we always use high-quality vinyl from brands such as 3M or Avery Dennison.
These vinyls can withstand outdoor elements and are designed to last for years without fading or peeling. Protect your vehicle and maximize your investment by only wrapping your truck in the highest quality vinyl.
Should I Wrap My Ford F-150 Myself?
While it may be tempting to try and wrap your Ford F-150 yourself, it’s not recommended. Proper installation is key to ensuring your wrap looks great and lasts as long as possible.
National Car Wraps works with our network of experienced professionals who specialize in wrap installation and can ensure your wrap is installed correctly the first time. We handle all the logistics, whether you’re wrapping one truck or a whole fleet across multiple cities or states.
How Much Does It Cost to Wrap a Ford F-150?
The cost of wrapping your Ford F-150 will depend on several factors, including the size of the vehicle, the type of vinyl used, and the complexity of the design. It’s essential to consider your budget and goals when deciding on the coverage area of your wrap.
Invest in a great designer who can make even a small partial wrap stand out huge! Our National Car Wraps team can work with you to create a custom design that fits within your budget.
What Type of Design Wrap Is Best for a Ford F-150?
When it comes to designing your Ford F-150 wrap, it’s essential to think about branding. Incorporating your company’s logo and messaging into your wrap design is a great way to build brand recognition.
Focus on your call to action, like phone number/website, and make that stand out with a lot of contrast. At National Car Wraps, we have experienced designers who understand the intricacies of designing for a 3D object like a vehicle and can help create a design that meets your branding goals.
What Size Should My Graphic Design Be for a Ford F-150 Wrap?
The size of your graphic design will depend on the size of your Ford F-150 model and the coverage area of your wrap. It’s crucial to work with an experienced wrap provider who can offer valuable input on design and installation to help you get the best results.
Our skilled design team can help with sizing your graphics correctly, so don’t rely on your branding agency for formatting. You’ll need our help to make sure the design fits the template of the vehicle correctly.
How Long Will a Ford F-150 Wrap Last?
On average, a vinyl wrap for a Ford F-150 can last between 5 to 7 years, depending on how well it is maintained. Storing your vehicle indoors when possible can help prolong the lifespan of the wrap. Elements and weather affect vinyl, but you can take steps to protect your wrap and extend its lifespan.
At National Car Wraps, we are dedicated to providing high-quality wraps that meet your specific needs. Contact us today to learn more about our Ford F-150 wrap options and to get started on your custom design.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Does it Cost to Wrap a Fleet of Vehicles?
Generally, a typical wrap on a small truck can start at $1,500. If you’re looking for a full wrap on a larger truck with multiple customizations, it could run you up to $5,000. The only way to know for sure is to get an estimate! You can click our Get A Quote button to get started.
A major determining factor in how expensive your fleet vehicle wraps will be is the complexity of the application. Increased labor or complexity adds to the cost of having your wrap installed.
Similarly, a four-door crew cab will likely require more material than a two-door cab, so the price will probably also be higher. However, you can cut costs if you opt for a partial wrap on a larger vehicle.
How Do I Coordinate Fleet Wraps Across Multiple States?
Fleet managers are often tasked with the labor-intensive job of coordinating consistent fleet vehicles across the country. National Car Wraps make this process simple.
First, you’ll connect with our experienced design team to develop the best vehicle wraps and graphics for your needs and budget. Our experienced designers understand the best ways to maximize vehicle ad space to create clear messaging.
Next, we will print the design on high-quality vinyl. Some fleet managers have their own in-house wrap team who will take over from there, or we can ship the wraps to our network of installers in the markets where your vehicles are. All you need to do is get your vehicles to the local drop-off, then wait for installation!
Can You Help Design Business Fleet Graphics?
Yes, we absolutely can. Designing graphics for a 3-D object like a vehicle differs from designing for a traditional billboard, flyer, or web graphic.
Our design team can help you start from scratch or modify existing designs and logos to fit best on the vehicles in your fleet. We’ll help you maximize impact and budget to get your desired results.
How Do You Design Fleet Wrap Branding For Various Sized Fleet Vehicles?
Some fleets have a variety of vehicles. For example, you may have sedans, vans, and even trailers that all require consistent wrapping and branding.
Our design team has all the experience necessary to adapt designs to fit your needs. Consistency and quality are the keys to fleet branding success, and we know how to get that done.
What’s the Difference Between Full and Partial Wraps?
Despite their appearance, most vehicle wraps are not manufactured as a single piece. Instead, they come in several pieces, each designed for different panels and parts of the vehicle body.
A full wrap covers the entire paint job on every portion of the truck, whereas a partial wrap only covers a portion of the vehicle, usually the rear and/or the tailgate.
As you might expect, a full wrap requires more material than a partial and additional labor. Therefore you can assume a higher price point when considering a full wrap.
Some businesses also opt for smaller graphics, also known as decals, to get their messaging across in a more cost-effective manner. We are equipped to help with whatever your needs are! Contact National Car Wraps for a quote today.
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