Sign writing your fleet can be a great cost effective way to market your business and increase brand awareness. However, what do you do if you’re planning to invest in a large fleet that needs consistent branding? Here’s our guide on how to sign write 20+ new vans!
Do your drawings
When you’re sign write any van, you need to have an eye catching design that will turn heads wherever you travel. The best designs for vans are eye catching and colourful but with a design that is on the simple side. If you include too much clutter in your design your message is at risk of getting lost – so try to stick to one, two, or three key colours and only include text that is of the most importance. After all, unless your van is parked up, people will only catch a glimpse as it travels past!
Get your drawings done professionally, make sure everyone is happy with the way they look, and you’re ready to get in touch with the company that will help you make your sign writing dreams a reality.
Communicate clearly with your supplier
When working with the garage or company that is supplying your fleet, clear communication with them is always the best way to proceed. Make sure you communicate your plans clearly to them at every stage of the process. Sign writing can usually be done between other work on the van, so make sure you agree on a realistic plan and timescale that is achievable and suits all parties.
Make sure you’re using a trusted sign writer
You want a firm that is open, honest, and professional at all times. If work can’t be done, your supplier should be honest and realistic with you from the outset. Be wary of offers that seem too good to be true – they usually are! Here at Judson Signs we have been sign writing vans for over 30 years – so we know from the outset what will and won’t work, and we’ll always be honest with you about your plans.
Get started today
If you’re thinking of sign writing your large company fleet, get in touch with us at Judsons Signs and we’ll be happy to help you. We have extensive experience helping companies to customise their vehicles.