Semi Truck Wraps

A fleet of semi trucks provides massive opportunity for branding across your routes.

Semi-truck and tractor-trailer wraps are large vinyl graphics that are applied to the exterior of your commercial vehicles. These wraps provide a cost-effective and highly visible way to promote your business and increase brand recognition.

With a custom-designed wrap, you can transform your trailers, semis and tractors into rolling advertisements that turn heads wherever they go.

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Semi-Truck and Tractor-Trailer Wraps for Business

When it comes to marketing your business, semi-truck and tractor-trailer wraps offer several advantages:

  • Maximum Exposure: With their large size and prominent placement on the road, wrapped semi-trucks and tractor-trailers garner significant attention from other drivers and pedestrians. Your brand message and visuals will be seen by a wide audience, increasing your visibility and brand exposure.
  • Brand Consistency: A well-designed wrap ensures that your brand messaging, logo, and colors are consistently displayed across your fleet of commercial vehicles. This cohesive and professional look strengthens your brand identity and helps build trust with potential customers.
  • Cost-Effective Advertising: Compared to traditional advertising methods, such as billboards or print media, semi-truck and tractor-trailer wraps provide long-term exposure at a fraction of the cost. Once the wrap is applied, you can enjoy continuous advertising as your vehicles travel on highways and city streets.

How Much Do Semi Truck and Tractor Trailer Wraps Cost?

The cost of semi-truck and tractor-trailer wraps can vary depending on several factors, including the size of the vehicles, the complexity of the design, and the type of materials used.

A semi truck wrap starts $890 for a partial wrap, and $3,000 plus for a half wrap or more coverage. Size of the wrap matters; so factor that in when you’re working on the design.

At National Car Wraps, we offer competitive pricing and work closely with our clients to create custom packages that fit their budget and marketing goals. Contact us today for a personalized quote, and let us help you find the perfect wrap solution for your commercial vehicles.

What Kind of Semi-Truck and Tractor-Trailers Can You Wrap?

At National Car Wraps, we can wrap all things semi-truck and tractor-trailer! From fuel tanks and diesel trucks to 18-wheelers and even Peterbilt trucks, we’ve got you covered. Literally!

How Long Do Semi-Truck and Tractor-Trailer Wraps Last?

Semi-truck and tractor-trailer wraps are designed to be durable and withstand the rigors of the road. On average, a high-quality wrap can last between five to seven years with proper care and maintenance.

Factors such as exposure to harsh weather conditions and regular cleaning practices can affect the longevity of the wrap. However, at National Car Wraps, we use premium materials and employ expert installation techniques to ensure that your wrap remains vibrant and intact for an extended period.

Get a Quote on Semi-Truck & Tractor-Trailer Wraps Today!

Ready to take your business to new heights? Transform your semi-trucks and tractor-trailers into attention-grabbing marketing assets with our professionally designed and installed wraps.

Contact National Car Wraps today and let our experienced team help you create a stunning wrap that will make your brand shine on the road. Get ready to stand out and make a bold statement in your industry!

Nation-wide wrap coverage

We wrap Semi trucks Across The U.S.

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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