Tag Archives: Indianapolis-vehicle-decals
The biggest mistake is not having ANY graphics on your organization’s vehicles. But, once you’ve decided to brand your vehicles with graphics, there are a few mistakes which are easily avoided.
TMI — Too Much Information
This is the number one mistake made when designing vehicle graphics. For example, multiple logos — you probably don’t need the logo for every product … (read more)
In the spirit of transparency, we wish to inform you this video is not a real-time actual TKO Graphix installation. It’s a reenactment. More importantly, the video is a simple walk through of how to apply a decal. We hope you find it informative and helpful.
How to apply a vehicle decal
- 1. Clean the area — In most cases,
I was recently approached with, “What should I ask about fleet graphics?” Great question! Below are the questions you should ask before spending your dough — and, if you know how much I talk, of course I gave you the answers, too.
1. What methods will be used to de-identify the vehicle?
Be careful — some methods use toxic chemicals … (read more)
I was talking with Gary Meunier — one of our national account managers — about a bid we made to remove graphics from a fleet of vehicles, which a company was preparing to return at the end of a lease agreement. We did not install the graphics, but we are one of the few companies trained and prepared to properly … (read more)
Our production manager at TKO Graphix, Tom McClelland, shared a story with me about a customer who was unable to match the existing rear panel of his vehicle wrap on his monster truck. The panel of the truck had been damaged in an accident (what a surprise) and needed replacing. However, when the truck’s owner went back to the … (read more)