Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is a vehicle wrap?
A: A vehicle wrap is custom designed artwork that is printed on special vinyl wrap film. The print is then covered with a clear laminate and carefully affixed to the contours of the vehicle. Our wraps are often mistaken for custom paint jobs.
Q: How much does a vehicle wrap cost?
A: Due to the custom nature of a vehicle wrap, every project has its own set of variables. Pricing is related to the amount of design work required, square feet of material necessary and the degree of difficulty involved with the installation. Give us a call and we can schedule an appointment to discuss your project in detail.
Q: What is the difference between 1/2, 3/4 and full wraps?
A: 1/2, 3/4 or full wrap refers to the amount of vehicle covered by the wrap.
Q: Can the wrap be applied to the windows of the vehicle?
A: Yes. The windows can be covered with the wrap film or special perforated film is available as an upgrade to allow the driver to see out the windows.
Q: How long will the wrap last?
A: Generally you can expect your wrap to last between 3 to 5 years or longer.
Q: Is there a guarantee on the wrap?
A: Yes. We offer a full one year in-house guarantee on all our installations.
Q: What if my vehicle is in an accident or my wrap is damaged?
A: We can reprint portions of the wrap to repair any area that is damaged.
Q: Can the wrap be removed?
A: Yes. The vinyl can be removed using heat. We suggest having Dr. Wraps® deinstall your vehicle wrap, as we are better equipped and experienced to handle this task.
Q: Will the wrap damage my paint?
A: No. When applied and removed properly, the wrap will not damage the vehicles OEM paint.
Q: Can I wrap a leased vehicle?
A: Yes. There are no restrictions against wrapping a leased vehicle. In fact, it may even protect against dirt and minor scratches.
Q: Will you pay me to wrap someone else's ad on my vehicle?
A: No. We only provide wraps to individuals that wish to advertise on their own vehicle. We are not an advertiser to driver broker.
Q: How do I care for my vehicle wrap?
A: It is best to hand was your vehicle. In most cases, brushless car washes will not harm your wrap. Powerwashing is not recommended, but can be done as long as the wand is kept at a reasonable distance from the wrap and not pointed directly at any seams. If your windows are wrapped or include perforated film, you can carefully brush the windows, but do not use scrapers. Rear defrosters will not harm your wrap.
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