Vehicle Wraps by Arrow Visual Design


What would it mean to your business if your company name were in front of millions of people? You have vehicles on the road, why not make them rolling billboards? Name recognition is key in any advertising effort, so make a BIG impression wherever your vehicles travel. Whether you have one or one hundred vehicles, make the most of your investment. Our unique printing and application technology brings this effective marketing tool to your company at a price you simply can't pass up.


Is it paint?
Our graphics are printed directly on high quality vinyl material. This material is then hand applied to your vehicle.

How long does it last?
All of our applications come with a 3 year guarantee against fading and cracking, but we currently have client vehicles on the road for more than 5 years without any degradation of quality.

Will it damage our vehicles?
If the current finish is sound, our material will not harm the finish in any way.

Why should I wrap my vehicles?
Exposure! Exposure! Exposure! In our busy tri-state area, just one vehicle could represent millions of exposures. Compare that to other advertising media and the decision is clear.

What can you put on it?
The sky is the limit! We can do photos of your product or service personnel, your logo, whatever you want millions of people to see!

Leased vehicles?
Not to worry. We can remove your graphics and return your vehicles to pre-application condition before you return them.

Don't have artwork?
Our talented and experienced creative department will do the artwork for you! We can wrap any vehicle: buses, cars, trucks, motorcycles, you name it, we'll wrap it!


Big graphics and valuable exposure aren't just for vehicles. Showroom walls, entrance ways, lobbies and restaurant dining rooms create opportunities to communicate your message to prospects and customers. Take a moment to think where in your facility or retail store graphics would wow viewers and keep your message in their minds

Additional Information:

Artwork Requirements for large format printing
See some examples