Bus and Truck Signage
Bus and truck signage and graphics are an ideal way to use your ‘mobile billboard’ to advertise your products or services. We can apply the graphics directly to the surface of your bus or truck, print on to PVC truck curtains, or full wrap your bus or truck in graphics, to ensure you get noticed on the road.
Talk to the expert Design and Application Team at Signarama Joondalup as to how you can best maximise your bus or truck for signage or graphics.
FAQs Bus and Truck Signage
Can you ensure that my bus / truck graphics won’t peel off or bubble and look terrible?
Signarama Joondalup have been operating in the Perth Graphics and signage market for over 17 years now. Our specialty is vehicle graphics and wraps. One of the things that sets us apart from a lot of other vehicle graphics companies is our longevity. We are not a ‘here today, gone tomorrow’ company. We will be around to back up any warranties that we place on our bus, truck or vehicle graphics.
We only use specialist 3M vehicle wrapping film, and we refuse to cut corners. Using quality materials applied by Advanced 3M certified specialist vehicle wrappers means we are very happy to back our work with extensive warranties.
Does the vehicle graphic film ruin my truck paint work? I want to be able to sell it in a few years.
Not at all. To the contrary. 3M vehicle wrap film actually is very protective to the underlying paint work. It will help to protect the truck body from stone chips, dents and sun damage such as faded paint. As it is a high quality film, it is designed to be easily removed. This means that when it comes time to remove the graphics from your bus or truck, you just need to use a hair dryer or heat gun to release the glue and remove the film. Underneath the surface should be as new, ready for you to achieve the maximum possible re-sale price.
However, if you go to a cheaper sign company in Perth, that doesn’t use 3M quality graphics, you can expect a far different outcome. If the graphics aren’t already peeling, fading or cracking, they may be very hard to remove, damage the paint work, or leave glue residue behind. This is when the old saying comes in to play: “The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten” – Benjamin Franklin