You can’t decide whether car wraps is better than having your car repainted? Say no more! Listed below 8 reasons why car wraps is not just an economical choice for you, but a wise marketing investment as well!

Easily Update the Look of Your Car

Why Use Car Wraps Instead Of Paint For Your Car

The biggest drawback when purchasing a car is the limited selection of colors. Car wraps solve that problem! Either you want it glossy, matte, or chrome, Style My Ride can wrap your car the way you wanted it. And we see to it that the vinyl car wraps exactly matches the color of your choice before we start working on your car.

Protection Against Scratch and Abrasion

Your car paint can get scratched from a simple body rub, using inappropriate cleaning tools and from pet scratch marks. Worrying about scratches is daunting, and you simply don’t have time for that! What you needed are the vinyl car wraps – it’s a high-quality material that you use for all your car wraps and it’s made of high-density urethane vinyl film.

Advertising Opportunity for Business

According to a marketing study a car wraps, on an average, generates about 32,804 to 75,897 views a day, and 30% of which are your potential customers. Mobile advertising is undeniably a force to reckon with. Even big corporations have their utility vehicles wrapped with ads.

Furthermore, Arbitron Inc., An international marketing research firm found that 96.5% of the first world countries’ (i.e. United States, Australia and Europe) population owns a vehicle and travels at least 6 days a week either driving or seated on the passenger’s seat.

Individuals who are frequently on the road are rarely reached by newspaper and television advertising. Therefore, it’s a great opportunity if you can target these market spaces with a car wrap advertisement on the go.

Economical Than Repainting

On the other hand, a paint job would cost $3,000 – $20,000 and that does not include disassemble and reassemble cost and other hidden fees.

Design wise, a 3D car wrap design would range from $1,000 to $3,000 at best and you can have whatever design you prefer. A show-room quality custom paint job’s price starts at $10,000 going up and that’s not even a guarantee that you’ll get a flawless paint job.

Business wise, repainting your SUVs and Minivans would take weeks to finish versus a couple of days when you opt to wrap your car with either a carbon fiber car wraps or a car vinyl wrap. Another factor to consider is that repainting your vehicle lowers the resale value of your car over time, considering the wear and tear and abrasion on the car’s paint, while wrapping your car with a urethane vinyl film doesn’t.

Last Longer and Durable

Not only that it protects your vehicle from depreciation, car wrap is easily removed when the right time comes.

Protects Your Car’s Resale Value

The thing is, most secondhand buyers would prefer the original finish of the vehicle the first time you bought it. That is because the resale value is also preserved and it is highly likely that basic colors are more saleable than the custom ones. Is your favorite color yellow? Or is your boutique’s theme color pink? Vivid colors could literally narrow down your list of potential buyers.

Rewraping Individual Parts

Whether it’s an upgrade or replacing individual panels, matching the color of the original build is a challenge.

Car wraps make it easier too, since you only have to match the current wrapping on your car, and you don’t have to re-wrap the whole body. Repainting is timely and costly. Contact us to learn more.