Create Brand Awareness

Increase the range of your marketing budget with vehicle lettering and decals from RoadRunner Wraps. Placing information on your company car, fleet vehicle, or business truck allows you to advertise anywhere your vehicle travels. Whether it’s a neighborhood where you have an appointment, or it’s through the business district where you have a delivery. Lettering decals that are made of vinyl are quickly installed, and they’re also long-lasting and vibrant, so you don’t have to worry about faded letters or peeling paint.

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Improve Your Business Persona With Professional Vehicle Graphics

You’ve likely seen all sorts of company vehicle graphics with old, faded lettering. They were most likely painted onto the vehicle decades ago! While you might feel like getting some stencils and a gallon of paint is the simplest option, you might want to consider vinyl lettering instead. A few reasons our decals are your best choice for mobile advertising:

  • Update Your Graphics. Update your decals with ease if you experience a phone number update, or to add information, like a website URL.
  • Create Customized Lettering. You have just as much freedom to create custom lettering with vehicle vinyl lettering as you with traditional paint graphics.
  • Vinyl Lettering is Affordable. The superior combination of affordability, longevity, and customization means vehicle vinyl lettering cost effective investment you can make with guaranteed returns!

When you allow us to install your vehicle vinyl lettering, you don’t have to worry about an accident like a misspelled word painted on the side of your vehicle, or a mess of paint that’s left over after the work is complete. Our professionals help you design the most visible and vibrant vehicle lettering and then install it professionally and efficiently.


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Advantages To Lettering Your Vehicle

Don’t Let Your Company Vehicle Drive Around Without Vehicle Graphics
It doesn’t matter whether you own a catering company with a single Sprinter van, or you have a fleet of ten mobile notary publics as part of your small business. Vehicle vinyl lettering is exceptionally important for building brand awareness and increasing your business’s visibility in your local neighborhood.

Your marketing plan might feature a variety of projects like online advertisements, billboard signs, and traditional print media, but vehicle graphics stand out as an exceptionally affordable and effective part of your business advertising.

Let Us Design Your Unique Lettering Decals
We’ll install your high-quality vehicle graphics whether you choose a traditional font and simple presentation, or you decide to boost your vehicle’s visibility with large car graphics alongside your vehicle lettering. We’re your experienced vehicle graphics experts, and we’re here to help you expand your business in Baltimore, MD and Washington D.C.

We Make Effective, Eye-Catching Vehicle Lettering

Looking for vehicle lettering near you? At RoadRunner Wraps, our vehicle lettering draws all the attention to your brand.

What Is Vehicle Lettering?

Vehicle lettering is a custom vehicle graphic that is printed on vinyl with an adhesive backing. Once installed, the lettering has a smooth, paint-like finish. 

With vehicle lettering, you can transform your ordinary vehicle into an impactful mobile advertisement. Custom-designed vinyl lettering that shows your brand’s identity and message helps you create a lasting impression wherever you go.

Get a quote today or keep reading to learn more about vehicle letting.

How Does Vehicle Lettering Differ From Vehicle Wraps?

Unlike full vehicle wraps that cover your entire vehicle, vehicle lettering is more cost-effective, versatile, and minimalistic. This is because vehicle lettering focuses only on text and comes without graphics. 

Vehicle lettering is perfect for those who want to make a bold statement without fully concealing their vehicle. 


Can I Install Vehicle Lettering Myself?

While vehicle lettering is a lot more straightforward to install compared to vehicle wraps, it’s best to leave it to the experts. This is because vehicle lettering that hasn’t been installed properly can look unprofessional and bubbly. As a business owner looking to advertise on the go, the last thing you want to leave is a weak impression on potential customers.

Another downside to a DIY installation of vehicle lettering is your paint job. If you choose to change things up further down the line, you may risk damaging your paint job if the lettering is improperly installed.

Best Practices for Effective Vehicle Lettering

Go With the Right Font

With the number of fonts available for you to choose from, picking the right one can feel daunting. A good starting point is to go with fonts that align with your current branding. 

It’s also important to use a font that is easily legible. For example, fonts that look like calligraphy or script are interesting to look at, but hard to read at first glance. On the other hand, sans-serif and simple serif fonts are easily legible.

If you do choose a font that isn’t easily readable, consider including a logo or web address in a more legible font.

Choose Contrasting Colors

For the most effective vehicle lettering, it’s important to choose colors that contrast with your vehicle. This will help avoid the chance that your lettering isn’t easily legible due to blending in with your vehicle’s color. 

If your vehicle is black or white, choosing the opposite color is easy. However, if your vehicle color is more vibrant, use a color wheel to identify a complementary color. 

Use the 10-by-1 Rule for Text Size

In general, the larger the text, the more impactful. However, not everyone is able to create lettering large enough to cover the side of their vehicle. 

A good rule of thumb in the sign industry is the 10-by-1 rule. According to this rule, letters that are 1 inch tall can be read as far as 10 feet away. With each inch added, you gain 10 feet of readability.

Keep it Simple

As the saying goes, less is often more. It’s especially true when it comes to advertising, as a simple message is easier to get across to passersby. For example, billboard experts often recommend that a message be no longer than seven words.

How to Care For Vehicle Lettering

Vehicle lettering is a popular option for business owners looking for a minimalistic way to promote their brand. Yet, dealing with the harsh road and tough weather means you’ll need to know how to clean your lettering appropriately.

Thankfully, vehicle lettering is very low-maintenance. Here’s a list of steps to follow when cleaning your vehicle:

Rinse Your Car

Start by rinsing the vehicle off and make sure to douse the area where your lettering is installed. Focus on removing any dirt or debris that has built up on your car. 

Use a Non-Abrasive Detergent

After rinsing the car off, use a gentle, non-abrasive automotive detergent and clean water. Make sure that the detergent doesn’t contain alcohol or other harsh ingredients that may damage the vehicle.

Use a soft sponge or cloth and gently scrub the areas of the car where the lettering is installed.

Rinse Again

Rinse the car off a second time and make sure to remove all the detergent from the vehicle.

Let it Dry

Here, you can sit back and let the vehicle air dry on its own. Alternatively, if you’re in a hurry, use a soft microfiber cloth to gently dry off the decal. Consider using a squeegee for areas with excess water.

Contact Us Today to Improve Your Brand Presence

Expand your marketing grind with cost-effective vehicle lettering today. Fill out our contact form now and we’ll get in touch with you in a timely manner.

Service Areas
Based in the Washington DC to Baltimore metropolitan area, we are proud to be the area’s best, most experienced vehicle wrap shop near you! Though we are located in Beltsville, Maryland, we’ve wrapped cars from:

Maryland – Aberdeen, Annapolis, Baltimore, Bel Air, Bethesda, Bowie, Capitol Heights, Catonsville, Chesapeake, College Park, Columbia, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Glen Burnie, Greenbelt , Hagerstown, Largo, Laurel, Ocean City, Owings Mills, Randallstown, Reisterstown, Rockville, Salisbury, Seat Pleasant, Silver Spring, Timonium, Towson, Upper Marlboro, Waldorf, Westminster, Wheaton, White Marsh

Virginia – Annandale, Arlington, Alexandria, Chantilly, Fairfax, Falls Church, Herndon, McLean, Springfield, Tysons Corner, Reston, Vienna

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