Truck Wrap Graphic Design is a graphic design company. David Bavati, owner/operator, has been designing truck graphics for the past 22 years and is experienced in the process of designing graphics for the three-dimensional surface of a vehicle.

How Does It Work?

The Process:

If you give us an rough idea of what you have in mind, we will create a visual image of your idea. If you already have a company logo we will incorporate it in the design. If you don't have a logo we will create one for you. We will provide photo images for your design and shoot professional photos of your products if you don't already have them.

The Next Step:

You tell us the type, make and size of your vehicle and we go to work....Within a couple of days you will be receiving e-mails with exciting designs showing what your truck will look like, and then we welcome your input. The creative process comes from us but the final decision is yours and we will make changes as per your taste and your corporate demands. This process could take a few days, or weeks, or more -- no limit !! -- until we create a design that meets your needs and demands. When the design is completed to your satisfaction we will burn it onto a CD and send copies to you and to your printer or sign company, which will apply the decals on your truck. We will be available to answer any questions and provide assistance to your local sign company or printers.

Studies show that in a single year, an average delivery truck can make 16 MILLION visual impressions! When comparing the cost per square foot, per thousand impressions of a FLEET SIDE GRAPHIC (approximately $0.21 per sq ft cpm) with the average cost of a billboard (approximately $2.40 per sq ft cpm), YOU SAVE OVER 90 PERCENT!

Fleet graphics are the most efficient way to build brand awareness and promote your products and services. Fleet graphics is a form of outdoor media that studies show, provides the widest audience reach of any other media form. Surveys have also shown that fleet side ads create a powerful and positive impression of the advertised brand.