Fit in by Standing Out

There are no better options than a custom truck wrap for businesses that use trucks in regular operations and want to bring in more customers. With an engaging wrap, companies can turn each truck into a moving billboard without paying rental fees and more. The only downside is that many business owners don’t know where to start.

On The Move makes it quick and convenient for you to wrap your fleet in graphics that will grow your business. With options like an in-house design team, 3M graphics, and quality installation, On The Move has become the one-stop shop for effective truck wraps. Perhaps best of all, business owners can offset the cost of a truck wrap with additional options.

Great Graphics 

Many business owners don’t have the time to learn how to design a truck wrap or the funds to hire a freelancer to do it. That’s where On The Move comes in. The in-house team of professional, experienced designers can create eye-catching wraps that direct customers to a business or brand.

These professionals can work with business owners to create customized graphics that make sense for each brand they work with. The design can work seamlessly into other marketing campaigns to create cohesive brand awareness.

Reliable Production 

A perfect design means nothing if it wears off shortly after installation. That’s why On The Move only uses top-of-the-line equipment to produce truck wraps. Perhaps the most important feature is the 3M Controltac 180 film, which is considered the best in the business. This film is easy to use, durable, and comes in over 100 colors.

Business owners can also choose to add graphics protection to their purchases. While this is not the same as insurance, it does provide peace of mind.

Easy Installation

Once the wrap has finished printing, it’s time for On The Move’s expert installation technicians to get to work. These professionals ensure that each wrap goes on exactly right. After all, even the best design and perfect material mean nothing if it goes on the truck poorly.

Graphics That Pay for Themselves 

Many of On The Move’s customers choose to wrap the sides of their trucks with their own branding and leave the back open for advertisers. This can help the business owner pay for the wrap and the truck itself.

The truck owner gets to choose how much to charge for each advertisement space, but many charge up to $300 per month. It’s a great way to essentially get free advertising.

Business owners who want a one-stop shop for truck wraps can learn more about On The Move’s ability to help businesses gain brand exposure through their high-quality products online today.


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