Your rig will look like a dream machine with custom decals and specially made truck decals designed to identify your firm with high-class and style. Whether you are a small businessman, independent owner / operator, or have a whole fleet of trucks under your command, good quality truck decals can make a very important first impression to the public.
Even if you belong to a professional club, association or any other identifiable group, consider getting custom decals to use your truck as a great advertising medium. With the truck decals in plain sight day after day, your firm is getting a constant stream of viewers and increased brand recognition every time you take it out for a spin for business or pleasure. Everyone knows that a quality decal speaks volumes about the person behind the wheel.
Whether your truck is a big rig or a small fish in the sea of drivers, you will get the respect that you deserve when it's plain to see that yours is one of those truck decals made of superior inks, materials and most importantly, get your contact information printed up correctly.
There are some companies that specialize in pickup truck decals, others that specialize in semi truck decals and others that specialize in both.
When it comes to truck decals, it pays to double-check with the Better Business Bureau before you place a serious order. It pays to make sure that you are dealing with a reputable printing firm. It's easier to be wise in choosing a reputable truck decals manufacturer before money passes hands, because frankly speaking, there is no telling when, or how, your investment will be returning to you if the deal isn't satisfactorily completed.
Truck decals can be made of several different, attractive, and weather resistant materials. There are chrome (shiny) or brushed chrome custom decals. White reflective vinyl decals will make your company logo really stand out. With your choice of custom or standard shapes, any unique design can be created for these custom decals.
Who uses truck decals? Just about anyone who does business from their truck or belongs to a company or organization that requires a truck's general services. A car or bicycle dealership may also use a truck for various needs and service. This is a great opportunity to advertise your firm on a service vehicle that is being used on a frequent, if not every day basis.
Once you decide which design you like the best, make sure that the digital proof is error free and looks like you want it to, and that if you have specific colors you need, you've specified those colors. The standard time to fill an order is generally five or six working days, but if you are in a big rush, alternate options are available for an additional small rush charge.
Pantone Color Matching is what printers use to match color. Because it is the international standard for color, you can have a printer in Timbuktu, Ethiopia print the color you spec from anywhere in the world. In choosing to create truly quality custom decals, you send the message to your peers and your target market that your company is up to date. Custom color matching, digital design and other new graphic developments are among the newest updated design and print techniques.
Truck decal sizing is determined by the length and width of the area of the truck's surface you decide to cover. The size of your decal can't exceed that area, but it's best to think big when you place your order. People who are driving behind or beside you won't be able to read your ad or company identity if it's too small.
Also, if you don't expect your information to change anytime soon, it pays to order a more truck decals than you currently need. If you are able to place a really large order, quantity discounts will help bring the price to a much lower level which adds more to brand recognition and buyer loyalty.
Barry Brown has been in the Sign, Banner, Decal and Display Business for over 20 years. It isn't what he thought he'd do with his life, but he says he knows too much now to do anything else!
He has been marketing these products online since 1998, and the company he was general manager of in 1998 was the first sign company to be listed on Yahoo!