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Car wraps are becoming more and more popular not only to business owners but to individual car owners as well. The reason behind this is that wrapping your car in vinyl can instantly upgrade your car’s exterior to boast of a chrome-like finish or have a camouflage print. It paves the way for you to change the look of your car anytime you feel like it without having to empty out your pocket.

Thus, vehicle wraps are indeed worth it.

If you are still not convinced on trying out a car wrap for your vehicle, the benefits you can get from it may just push you to do so.

Protect your car’s paint

One of the main reasons why it is worth getting a car wrap is because it can protect the OEM (original equipment manufacturer) paint of your car. It can also protect your vehicle’s body from scratches and small dents which are usually caused by road debris. A car wrap can also provide an additional layer of protection against UV rays and even rust.

However, you need to keep in mind to maintain your car wrap especially if you live in a hot climate such as in the California Bay Area because prolonged exposure to the sun may take its toll on the vinyl. Nevertheless, in the Bay Area car wraps are still popular, particularly the color change wrap that comes in a variety of options such as a matte finish, or even chrome or gloss. There are even those that come in brushed steel, carbon fiber, and even those leather-like finishes.


Wrapping your car is worth the investment because you don’t need to break your bank in doing so. In fact, the cost of having your car wrapped is nearly half the price of having a paint job for your vehicle. The great thing about a car wrap is that it won’t void your car’s warranty or lease agreement, compared to having your car repainted, which can void these agreements.

Essentially, the shop that you will go to will determine the overall cost of having your car wrapped but it generally depends on the style that you want, as well as the size of your vehicle. Chrome or metallic finishes are often more expensive compared to a matte or satin finish because of the cost of the materials that they need to use, as well as the overall complexity of the installation.


Another reason why a car wrap is worth it is that it is a convenient means to upgrade the look of your car. You can either wrap your entire car with it or choose to just cover your hood, doors, or roof. In case you intend to restore your car to its original color, you simply need to remove the wrap, which is something that you just cannot do with a paint job.


If you properly maintain your wrap, it can last you for more than five years. There are instances wherein matte-paint jobs turn brittle and chip off easily. Vinyl on the other hand is more durable and resistant to scratches. But in any case, it is still a better idea to park your car in a sheltered area rather than in a parking area under the direct heat of the sun. If you need to leave your car exposed under direct sunlight, invest in a good car cover. Additionally, maintain your car wrap by using soft microfiber towels in washing your car.

Add to your car’s value

If you choose to invest in a vehicle wrap, it can just add to your car’s value, later on, should you wish to resell it. Potential buyers may be interested in keeping the wrap, otherwise, you can simply remove it and your car’s paint will be in the same condition as when you wrapped your car. In this case, your car will have a higher value because of its flawless, original paint, which has been protected by the wrap.

Temporarily conceal external damages

In case you cannot address scratches and dents immediately, a car wrap is a great way to temporarily conceal it. You can either have your entire car wrapped or simply wrap the section that entails the need for repair. This will give you more time to save for expensive color-matching paint fees. The key thing is that it can freshen up the look of your car in an instant.

For business purposes: Unlimited exposure

If you want to effectively advertise your business, and you have a service vehicle, then the best way to do so is investing in a vehicle wrap that can effectively meet your advertising goals and needs. In doing so, your brand will have unlimited exposure in your town and you are sure that your ad is hard to miss. A vehicle wrap bearing your brand is also an unobtrusive way of marketing your products and services because it is more of an inviting suggestion to those who will see it rather than a forced encounter.

Like with a car makeover, it is also easy to modify your advertisements using a car wrap. Instead of purchasing a new vehicle or a new set of fleet, you can simply remove the ad on your existing vehicles and put on a new one. This makes advertising with a car wrap more cost-effective.

To wrap things up, getting a vehicle wrap is worth it because in doing so, you are protecting your car’s paint in a cost-effective manner. It is also convenient because you can change your car wrap anytime you please, without shelling out a hefty sum to do so. While it is quite easy to remove your car wrap, you can be assured that it is durable and it can even add to your car’s value should you intend to resell it later on. A car wrap can also conceal the damages in your car exterior such as scratches and if you are a business owner, a car wrap is one of the most effective marketing strategies to promote your products or services.