How Much Does It Cost to Wrap a Delivery Truck?

by | Dec 5, 2022 | Large Format Printing

Delivering your products in a plain truck can be inconspicuous to customers. So how would they know who you are and what you’re delivering?

There’s a lot more value to pulling up in a wrapped truck with your company’s information on it, not only for the customers you’re delivering to but also for potential customers.

But how much does it cost to wrap a delivery truck or even a fleet?

It depends on several factors.

Factors Affecting the Cost to Wrap a Delivery Truck

The average cost to wrap a delivery truck is $1,500 – $5,000, depending on the following factors.

Truck Size

The larger the truck, the more it costs to wrap a delivery truck. Do you have a small box truck or a large refrigerator truck? There is a large price difference between the two and any trucks in between.

Full or Partial Wrap

Do you want the entire truck wrapped or just part of it? A full wrap costs more but can be more effective in your marketing efforts. Plus, it gives the truck a more uniform look, especially if you have a delivery truck that’s not very pleasing to the eye.

The Truck’s Condition

Your truck’s condition also determines the cost of wrapping it. For example, does it have a smooth paint job, or is it bumpy and needs some prep work before wrapping it? The more work it needs before wrapping it, the more it will cost. 

How to Save Money on the Cost to Wrap a Delivery Truck

To save money on the cost of wrapping a delivery truck, consider these tips:

  • Only partially wrap the truck, wrapping only the areas most visible. You can wrap as little as one-third to one-half of the vehicle if you wish. 
  • Choose affordable materials that last. Talk with us about the cost-effective materials that will last the longest on your truck. 
  • Choose stock graphics to keep the cost of customization down.

Final Thoughts

Wrapping your delivery truck can be one of your most important marketing tactics. Whether you wrap your truck to improve its appearance or you do it to attract more business, you’ll benefit from both when wrapping your delivery truck.

Samantha Hawrylack

Samantha Hawrylack

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