Food Truck Wraps
Wrapping your food truck is the first thing you should do if you are in the food truck business. Food truck graphics are essential to a successful mobile kitchen or restaurant truck. Having great food is pretty important too. J . But seriously, have you have ever seen a food truck with no graphics on it? Neither have we. Getting your truck wrapped is Food Trucks 101.
Food Truck Wrap Design Ideas
For a great food truck design you need to have a clean design that pops with color and great branding. Having food images isn’t always the best way to go. If you have low quality food images that are not so appealing, you can lose customers. The best food truck wraps we have seen don’t even have images of the product on them. Using vector based logos and illustrations with bright colors and bold text is a great way to get started. Your food truck is unique, you wrap should be unique as well. Our team of designers can create a food truck graphics that will draw in your customers. If you are planning on designing your own food truck wrap, make sure the art files you use are the best you can find.
Wrapping a Food Truck
Most food truck are unique in size on configuration. Serving windows, doors, rub rails, and vents are not in the same places on any truck. We make sure that we take the time to get the dimensions and placement of your food truck graphics correct. There is nothing worse than having text or logos cut off or obstructed by something that was not taken into consideration during the design process.
How much does a Food Truck Wrap cost?
We base your food truck wrap cost on the amount of material that is needed to wrap the sections you need graphics on. A good rule of thumb is to figure on $9-$10 per square foot installed. This usually puts the cost of a food truck wrap from $2500-$6000, depending on the length and height of the vehicle.
Food Truck Graphics Material
Here is where you don’t want to cut corners. Getting a wrap for your food truck is not cheap. It is an investment and should be treated as one. Trying to reduce the cost by choosing or using cheaper material or not laminating, will definitely come back to bite you. It will eat your lunch, so to speak. If you want to reduce the cost of your wrap, reduce the amount of coverage. Too many times we have rewrapped food trucks because the owner thought they were getting a great deal. It turns out the material was subpar at best. We have seen wraps pealing, cracking and fading after a relatively short amount of time. Do your homework and know the difference in material quality and printing. We only use 3M™ cast vinyl wrap material for all of our wraps. We print using the latest in Latex printing technology.
Let Ads On Wheels design print and install your eye catching full wrap for your food truck or concession trailer. Contact us to find out how much a food truck wrap costs for your truck. We can provide you with the best quality and competitive pricing in the industry. We wrap any type of food truck, no matter the shape or size, including your catering truck, mobile kitchen, ice cream truck, or concession trailer.