Learn More about our Fleet Graphic Services

The Wrap Center offers 3M 1080 Wrap Vinyl for car and truck color changes

What type of Material do you use?

We use 3M, Avery, or Oracal brands depending on type of vinyl application required. In some instance, we may use specific vinyl film to accommodate your graphic need.

How long does a vinyl wrap last?

Vinyl wraps printed digitall color will last between 5-10 years depending on the climate zone you live in. Our wraps are laminated for extra durability. It is guaranteed not to peel or lift for one year from installation.

What is the difference between a vinyl wrap and vinyl lettering?

Vinyl wraps are digitally printed and laminated and applied to your vehicle. Vinyl lettering is contour cut with solid colored vinyl in a variety of colors.

How do you care for your vinyl wrap or lettering?

Fleet graphics should ideally be washed by hand. A standard car wash is okay to use to keep your graphics clean as well.

Do you design your own graphics?

Yes. The Wrap Center by Advanced Branding Solutions and our fleet graphics account manager will help with concept and design to implement your vinyl applications.

Do you offer mobile service?

Absolutely, our business was developed by offering mobile graphic application on-site. 

Our client came to The Wrap Center with a very specific design and application.

Can I bring my vehicle to you?

Yes. Our indoor truck and graphics facility in Crofton, Maryland will accommodate vehicles as large as 53' tractor trailers.

Can you remove graphics also?

Yes, our installers are trained to remove (De-Identify) graphics for any re-branding  as needed.

Do you offer boat graphics?

Certainly, our team are avid boaters ourselves and know all the ins and outs of  applying vinyl graphics to boats and yachts.

Can I add graphics over rear or side windows?

Window Perf can be used over vehicle windows to display your graphics. They can be part of the overall vehicle design. This system allows the driver to view outside, but visitors cannot view inside the vehicle.

How do I get things started?

Give us a call to discuss your project and graphics. We will like to see your logo and any other images as soon as possible to allow us a visual of your company branding. Once we finalize a design with your or our graphic design then schedule your vehicle for wrap or lettering.

Can you handle our national company specific wrap or vinyl lettering requirement?

Absolutely. This is what we do everyday working with fleet and brand managers to deliver the exact graphics for your company. We understand the importance of keeping them identical in display and color.

Full Color change from Black to Avery Radio Active Metallic Green

Will your wrap cover scratches, rust, or other blemishes in paint?

Unfortunately, no. Wrap vinyl films are only 2.5 mil thick. Any area you can feel by sliding your hand over, will typically show in the final wrap. It is not made to cosmetically cover any type of blemish in your vehicle paint.

Do you offer color change wraps on vehicles?

Yes. However please be aware that door jams, under hood, truck lid, etc. will not be wrapped. Our premium service requires us to remove all lights, door trim, and emblems for a smooth wrap appearance. 

What types of graphic files do you need from our own designer?

Your logo should be provided in a vector format. This includes PDF, .AI, or .EPS files. Photos can be used with at least 150 dpi to size. Standard text can be made in any font type as long as it is outlined by the designer in their graphics program.

Should my vehicle be washed prior to bringing to you?

Yes. Although, we clean it again with our specialty solutions to remove final dust and wax before the vinyl is applied.

How large of a fleet can you handle?

We can arrange to handle any size small to large. Our latest projects were fleets of 120, and 200. These trucks were completed in weeks. 35 -53' trailers were  applied within one month.

Can my design be cut into shapes?

Yes, no problem. This is a standard process to contour cut vinyl into shapes and letters regardless of a full color graphic to solid vinyl letters.