Trailer Wraps and Graphics
Trailers refer to nonautomotive vehicles designed to be hauled by powered vehicles. They are usually used for transporting goods or animals. Sometimes unpowered recreational vehicles or mobile homes are also referred to as trailers. The side and back areas of trailers are the perfect space for advertising. ACME specialized in custom trailer wraps and graphics, which are durable, wear, and tear-resistant.
Trailer Wraps Options
ACME mainly offers two options of vehicle wraps for trailers: full wrap and partial wrap. A full wrap will attract the most impressions on the road because of its appealing outlook. However, a well-designed partial wrap can also boost the awareness of your brand, and it’s more cost-effective. But if you’re looking for smaller decals applied onto the door panel, window, or bumpers, you may need to check out our trailer graphics.
Not all Vinyl Graphics are Created Equal
For the production of fleet graphics, ACME only uses top-quality 3M grade vinyl material and HP latex ink. The durability of the graphics can be up to 7 years, 3M MCS warranty available upon request. To extend the lifespan of the wrap, we will add a film lamination on the vinyl, and different finish effects (gloss or matte) can be selected.
NOTE: All vehicle wraps are only suitable for application to factory-finished paint. They are not intended for aftermarket-finished paint
Trailer Vinyl Wrap Cost
The total cost is depending on the design and wrap options. A complete wrap on a trailer can cost $3000 to $4000. While a partial wrap can cost $500 to $2000.
Vinyl Vehicle Wraps Installation
If you are not an expert, our vehicle wraps installation guidelines will help you make for an easy, fast, and money-saving application. One-to-one coaching service by our 3M graphics authorized trainer is also available for FREE. It usually takes 4~5 days to wrap a trailer and requires 2 people at least.
Care after Application
Once the trailer is wrapped, it will need to be kept dry at room temperature for 24 hours at least. That’s for ensuring the complete contact of the adhesive and trailer surface. Then you can wash the vehicle on a weekly basis, but avoid using strong chemicals and waxes, automatic car washes, especially high-pressure ones. We do not suggest you do automatic car washes because the brush may cause damage to your graphics.