We Specialize in Commercial Fleet Graphics

Whether you have a fleet of delivery trucks, a single food truck, or any situation in between, company trucks are an important investment for many businesses. They are also a unique chance to promote your brand, by creating moving signage that places your company logo or advertisement directly in front of potential customers as your trucks make deliveries around the city.
Pixel Wraps is a Commercial Vehicle Wrapping company based in NYC and working with clients in the five boroughs and New Jersey. As certified 3M installers, we can assist you from designing the concept to installation of your truck wrap and are able to remove and replace the wrap when updates are needed. All of our wraps like Trailer, Truck, and Window Wraps, and all services are customized to your business needs.

What are Truck Wraps and Their Benefits?

Truck wraps cover the large canvas of your truck with the custom graphics or colors. They can completely cover the exterior of your vehicle with your business logo, graphics, or other custom designs. Wraps turn each truck into a visual display like a billboard that can be seen from a distance by anyone looking in this direction.

A truck wrap provides several benefits for trucking companies, retailers, and other logistics services. It starts with branding. Every vehicle is an investment, and by wrapping the vehicle you can get a better return on that investment. You can also display advertisements and get people excited about your products.

Types Of Truck Wraps That We offer

As box trucks travel their delivery routes, their expansive surfaces can be transformed into promotional space. A custom wrap also makes them appear more professional, cleaner and covers any previous graffiti or markings. We can provide:


Full Truck Wraps

A truck that is completely wrapped with custom vinyl graphics stands out as it goes down the street and provides ample space for company information. These wraps are often full color, vibrant, and easily seen from a distance.


Partial Truck Wraps

These Truck wraps can cover just a part of your fleet vehicle. It can include a graphic over one side or a custom shape, logo, address, or something else that can provide visual interest to your truck. They can be made of different colors or can easily be cut to any desired shape.


Truck Lettering

Truck lettering is placed on the sides. It is often applied to the truck to signal who the truck belongs to and to comply with DOT regulations too. We offer custom vinyl lettering in any font or color.

Truck wraps can be customized to fit almost any vehicle, from box trucks to smaller, personal use trucks, and can incorporate any business logos or graphics. They are very popular with rental truck companies, and can also be used as a way to sell advertising space to businesses.

Some Specifications of Our Truck Wraps

Truck wraps are created using flexible, cast vinyl from either the 3M, Oracal, or Avery Denison vehicle wrap product lines. The vinyl has a 4.5 mil thickness, which makes it durable enough to withstand typical wear and tear on the roads.

Although the vinyl comes in a range of colors, including metallics, the vast majority of graphics are printed on an opaque white. This provides color accuracy and brighter shades.

Graphics are printed with large format inkjet printers that take the design directly from the digital file. Pantone color matching can be used to precisely match a color in a custom business logo or design. After printing, an overlaminate is applied to wrap to protect the graphics and vinyl. Finishing options for vinyl wraps include matte, gloss, and satin finishes.

When applied, the vinyl will last for up to 5 years with proper care and maintenance. It will resist water, road salt, sunlight, and infrequent fuel spills. When removed properly, the vinyl will leave the paint beneath undamaged.

Companies Advertising with Custom Truck Wraps

Vinyl wraps are being used on almost any type of truck, including box trucks, delivery trucks, trailers and as well as on other vehicles too. The large space on the side of the truck can be used for the promotion of your brand.

Those businesses who advertise on their trucks and vans with wraps in front of prospective customers, see the most return on investment. These companies include:

  • Delivery
  • Services
  • Food Delivery
  • Courier Services
  • Moving Companies
  • Breweries
  • Retailers
  • Movie Studios

A company’s trucks are frequently used for mobile advertising to create brand awareness while the truck drives its routine route. Some businesses or individuals also sell the space on their trucks as billboards for other companies that do not own or operate their own fleet.

Design and Installation Process for Vinyl Truck Wraps

The first stage for the manufacturing of truck wraps is the wrap’s design that is either completed by the customer or by the graphics designing team at Pixel Wraps. To be cleanly installed, the design file is created to the exact dimensions of the vehicle or truck. Our designers use a factory-produced blueprint of your vehicle to ensure accurate dimensions.

Vinyl should be installed within a temperature range of 60 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. It can be applied to most substrates used for trucks and vehicles, including metal, paint, chrome, and glass, although the surface must be clean and dry before application.

We use a pressure-based adhesive backing that is activated when applied to the truck with a firm pressure or squeegee. Before that, the vinyl is repositioned until it is in the correct location. After the installation, the vehicle and wrap rest for 24 hours to let the adhesive set.

Professional, 3M certified installation is recommended to avoid incorrect placement, bubbling in the vinyl, tearing, and imperfections. With professional installation, truck wraps are removable without damaging the truck’s paint. Besides using Pixel Wraps for designing and installation, also guarantees the safety of your vehicle, since we are a licensed and insured vehicle wrapping company.

At the end of the wrap’s service life, or when an updated wrap is needed, the original wrap is removed with heat or chemical treatment. It should not be removed without the correct procedure.

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Get Your Truck Wrapped Today With Us!

Pixel Wraps is the leading vehicle wrapping company in NYC and NJ. We have worked in the signage industry for over 30 years and rely on a team of expert designers and technicians, as well as state-of-the-art equipment to create professional-grade vehicle wraps.

We know your vehicle is important to your business, so we treat it with care and strive to make it as profitable as possible. We also prioritize rapid turnaround, so that you can have your vehicle back in service quickly, looking more eye-catching than before.

If you have questions or are ready to get started with a truck wrap order, contact Pixel Wraps at (718) 648-6500. We create vinyl wraps for businesses both large and small in Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island, Queens. We can also work with those across NJ in Linden, Elizabeth, Jersey City, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I pressure wash my truck after the vinyl is installed on it ?

We don’t recommend you to pressure wash the truck after installation of the vinyl . as Some pressure washers can lift up the vinyl because of the harsh potential of water.

Can you wrap a leased truck?

Yes, we can wrap leased trucks. As we have removable wraps too so the wrap can easily be removed without any damage at the end of the lease period so you have got nothing to worry about.

Do I have to wash my truck before installation?

Yes. All trucks and vehicles have to be free from dust and oil and other contaminated elements that may damage or slow down the installation process s of the wrap.

Do You Offer Vehicle Wrap Design?

Absolutely. We know how hard it can be to create a truck wrap when you’ve never made one before. We do offer a variety of affordable vehicle wrap graphic design options, with a team that is often more affordable than completing it in house – and one with expertise working specifically on trucks and other vehicles.

Does wraps damage the paint of vehicles?

No, A vehicle wrap does not damage the high-quality paint. But in fact, they protect the surface of the vehicle and preserve the quality of paint underneath the wrap.

How long do you need my truck for installation?

It usually depends on the size of the fleet. The larger fleets tend to take one week but small vehicle wraps can be managed in two days.

How long does truck wraps last?

In general, a truck wrap can last up to seven years. But it depends on what type of vinyl material is used. At Pixel Wraps, we use the highest quality vinyl material from 3M, Avery, and Oracal, for the better experience of our clients.

How much does it cost truck wrap?

Every project has its own set of demands. cost is directly linked with coverage and size of vehicle and style you choose for your fleet.

My Vehicle Wrap is Damaged. Does It Need to Be Replaced?

Luckily, most forms of damage to truck wraps can be repaired with smaller pieces of vinyl. You do not generally need to create an entire new wrap if you’ve damaged your truck wrap. For more significant forms of damage, a replacement may be necessary. We’ll help make sure that you can keep your truck wraps as long as possible.

What Are Truck Wraps For?

Truck wraps are primarily for branding and marketing. They are designed to turn a truck on the road into a rolling advertisement, or to brand a truck with the logo of the trucking company so that the vehicle is clearly labeled. Both truck wraps and vehicle wraps are primarily used by businesses, but some individuals have been known to decorate their cars with wraps so that they can have a unique looking vehicle without a detailed paint job.

What is a Truck Wrap?

Truck wraps are primarily for branding and marketing. They are designed to turn a truck on the road into a rolling advertisement, or to brand a truck with the logo of the trucking company so that the vehicle is clearly labeled. Both truck wraps and vehicle wraps are primarily used by businesses, but some individuals have been known to decorate their cars with wraps so that they can have a unique looking vehicle without a detailed paint job.