It is important to bear in mind that 4 to 5000 people a day will see the average commercial vehicle, so
a well designed vehicle livery over a period of three to four years can offer far more value for money
to your advertising budget than a newspaper or magazine advert, which is generally short lived and
only reach a limited number of potential customers.
As Worcestershire's premier vehicle livery designers, Sign Here can produce for you simply stunning liveries for all types of vehicles.
Starting with a short brief from the customer, our design team quickly get to work on your project, ensuring that the vital message is relayed to your target audience in as short a time as possible. With careful font and colour choice and a vast array of graphic design know how, your new livery is sure to turn heads!!
Whether you require a one off company vehicle livery or are interested in a complete fleet livery project, vehicle graphics are a highly effective form of business promotion. Sign Here can offer the advertising solution you need, whether it be standard vehicle livery or complete vehicle wrapping.
Self adhesive vinyl cut lettering is the most common method of advertising your company and its services to the public.
By using only quality materials, this method can offer long term life and is removable after use, leaving no damage to the vehicles body work.
Perforated vinyl is a great way of advertising on your rear window without losing visibility, this technology allows you to still
have a clear view behind while advertising your company.
Vehicle wrapping is becoming ever more popular in todays busy market place. This technique allows you to use every
inch of your vehicles bodywork to promote your company or event. This process also offers a second skin to
protect your vehicles paintwork. A single vehicle wrap or a commercial fleet can offer an extremely cost effective
way of advertising your company or brand building awareness wherever the vehicles travel
Wrap advertising is the marketing practice of completely or partially covering (wrapping) a vehicle in an advertisement or livery, thus turning it into a mobile billboard. This can be achieved by simply painting the vehicle surface, but it is becoming more common today to use large vinyl sheets as decals. These can be removed with relative ease, making it much less expensive to change from one advertisement to another. Vehicles with large, flat surfaces, such as buses and light-rail carriages, are fairly easy to work with, though smaller cars with curved surfaces can also be wrapped in this manner.(courtesy of Wikipedia®)