Updated By Vinyl Frog On April 02, 2024

How Much Does It Cost To Wrap A Car?

How much does it cost to wrap my car

Wrapping your car is an attractive option for some people. But how much does it cost to wrap a car? While several variables come into play, it's essential to know that you must keep in mind the different types of wrap materials when discussing cost.

Car wraps are made of sturdy PVC material to bear the harsh elements of the physical and natural environment. The cost of wrapping a car depends upon many factors. If you are opting for a full car wrap by a professional, the cost can range from between $2,000 and $6,000. However, this is a ballpark figure. If you own a luxury exotic car in impeccable condition, the cost goes up from $10,000 to $12,000 as well. 

If we consider the cost per square foot, a car wrap costs from $5 to $15. Add installation charges to it which can be from $3 to $4 but this depends upon the type and condition of the car, and how you want it to be wrapped. Hence it can increase or decrease accordingly and can go up to $19 per square foot. The majority of the cost goes into labor, not automotive grade vinyl. Following is a lowdown on the average cost of different types of vehicles:

How Much Does It Cost To Wrap A Car?
  • Family Sedan: The baseline cost for fully wrapping a family sedan is $3000.
  • Compact car: The cost of wrapping a small car can begin from $2000.
  • Coupe: Depending on its size, the initial cost can range from $2000 to $3000.
  • Compact Crossover: On an average, the cost for wrapping them can start from $3000.
  • SUV: Wrapping a full size SUV can be a bit expensive starting from $4000.
  • Jeep: Depending on whether you have a two-door or a four-door vehicle, the average cost is $3000 to $4500.
  • Truck: For Wrapping a Truck, the starting Cost of Wraping a Truck would be Between $1,000 To $5,000 primarily due to its size. If it is a small truck, the cost might start from $2000. 
  • Commercial vehicles: The average cost for fully wrapping a commercial vehicle such as a van is about $3000 to $5000.
  • Luxury cars: High-end, exotic, luxury vehicles can cost from $5000 to $10000. This is because installers have to be extra cautious while wrapping these cars. According to expert opinion, wrapping an Audi, for example, can start from $6500; Lamborghini from $4000 to $5000, and a Ferrari roughly $7000. A Rolls-Royce would cost about $10,000 because its body panels are more complicated to remove.   

How Much Does It Cost To Wrap A Vehicle?

Vinyl wraps have become all the rage in recent years. They not only extensively enhance the aesthetic appeal of your vehicle, giving it a luxurious, captivating appearance, but also preserve its originality by saving its exterior from deleterious elements. In order to get the best of the vinyl wrap, it is imperative to opt for the premium quality.

The plethora of options available, selection becomes a daunting task, plus one must also take the cost factor into consideration. So how much does it cost to wrap your vehicle? Let's dive into the details and figure out the actual cost of wrapping a car and the factors it is dependent on. 

Vinyl Wrap Cost Chart For Different Types Of Vehicle

Cost To Wrap A Car

Breakdown Of The Cost Of Wrapping A Vehicle

Car wrapping is an excellent way to elevate your vehicle's appearance while simultaneously protecting its exterior. However, it is crucial to be aware of the costs involved so that you can make an informed decision. Here is a breakdown of the overall cost:

Premium Quality Vinyl

The primary cost of car wrapping lies in the materials used. High-quality vinyl wraps are essential for achieving a durable and visually appealing result. The cost of materials can vary based on the brand, type, and color of vinyl chosen.

Glossy Metallic Vampire Red.
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Glossy Metallic Vampire Red.
Glossy Metallic Vampire Red.
Glossy Metallic Vampire Red.
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Glossy Metallic Vampire Red.
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Glossy Metallic Vampire Red Vinyl Wrap
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Glossy Metallic Vampire Red.
Glossy Metallic Vampire Red.
Glossy Metallic Vampire Red.
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Glossy Metallic Vampire Red Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Vampire Red Vinyl Wrap

Glossy Metallic Vampire Red Vinyl Wrap

£49.00
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Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap

Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap

£49.00
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap

Candy Metallic Neon Green vinyl wrap

£51.00
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap.
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap
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Candy Metallic Neon Ice Blue Vinyl Wrap

£481.00

Expect to pay anywhere from $500 to $5,000 or more for the materials alone, depending on the size and complexity of your vehicle. Your method of wrapping also affects the final cost. If you choose to opt for partial wrapping, the cost is drastically lower than that of a full wrap. At Vinyl Frog, the cost for a 5ft x 10ft vinyl roll in different finishes ranges from $169 to $179. The price of carbon fiber vinyl in different patterns even goes up to $189.

The Cost Of Labor For Vinyl Installation

Labor costs are a significant part of the overall expense. The complexity of the design, the skill level of the installer, and the time required to complete the job will influence labor costs. It also depends on where the installer is placed. If he is providing the services in a high-end area, he will obviously charge more.

Furthermore, installers also charge more for larger vehicles like SUVs, vans, or commercial trucks as compared to smaller cars. Vehicles with complex shapes or intricate designs may require more time and expertise, adding to the cost. Professional installers typically charge between $1,000 and $3,500 or more for their services.

Custom Vinyl Designs On Vehicles

If you opt for a custom wrap, additional costs will be incurred. These costs depend on the complexity of the design, the number of colors used, and the expertise of the graphic designer. Printing costs will also be included. Also, remember that printable vinyl wrap costs more than the regular one. A basic design may cost around $500, while intricate and highly detailed custom designs can exceed $2,000.

Author Bio

Thomas Adams is an expert vehicle vinyl wrap installer with a decade-long experience in the industry with a robust track record of successfully completed projects that showcase the highest standards of craftsmanship in vinyl application. He has worked on a diverse range of vehicles, from personal cars to commercial fleets, demonstrating versatility and commitment to excellence. He takes pride in his unwavering dedication to transform your vehicle into a work of art that stands out on the road.

The Color And Finish Of The Vinyl Wrap

The total quote that you receive for your vinyl wrap depends on what you have chosen to transform your vehicle. Vinyl wraps can be monotone, which are slightly less expensive, and multi-colored. They can have different finishes as well such as glittery, metallic, glossy, satin, chrome or matte.

How Much Does It Cost To Wrap A Car?

The price differs accordingly. Depending on whether you have opted for solid color with a matte finish, or a more expensive version, the cost can range from $2500 - $3500 for a regular car or $3500 - $5000 for a truck or SUV. Chrome is the most expensive of vinyl materials and the most difficult to install. Chrome wraps normally start around $6,000 and will increase depending on the size and complexity of the vehicle.

The Cost Of Vinyl Wraps – An Overview

Presenting a bird’s-eye view of the tentative cost of the vinyl wraps according to their finish:

Gloss

It is the common and sought-after finish in vinyl. It adds a slight sheen to the vehicle making it a captivating stunner. It costs relatively less from other vinyl wraps starting from $3.40 per square ft. You might have to pay $59.99 for 25 Sq./ft. (5ft x 5ft).

Matte

This is the most pocket friendly vinyl finish. It gives the vehicle an impressive look, enhancing its curves, without the overwhelming luster. Its cost starts from $9.88 for 1ft x 5ft to $299.99 for a full car wrap roll that is 50ft x 5 ft.

Satin

Satin wraps are not highly shimmery nor are they completely matte. They have a slight shine and a silky, sophisticated look. Their cost starts from $17.99 for 5 Sq./ft. and $296 for 125 Sq./ft.

Metallic

This is a highly shimmery vinyl finish that makes your vehicle glimmer with all its glory when light interacts with it. Metallic wraps are costly starting from $11.99 for 5ft x 1ft to $191 for 50ft x 5ft.

Carbon Fiber

This is a textured wrap that is slightly glossy and emulates the carbon fiber look. It costs more than the gloss and matte finish starting from $12.99 for 5ft x 1.5ft to $249 for 50ft x 5ft.

Vinyl Treatments - To Make Your Wrap Long-Lasting

Once you have installed your favorite vinyl, you might want extra protection to ensure its longevity. Any treatment for this might add to the total cost of wrapping. For example, liquid Nano-ceramic coating acts as a durability enhancer and shield for the wrap against damage from water, UV rays and minor scratches. For a compact car the cost of the treatment can be $1,500 and $1,800 for an SUV.

The Quality Of The Vinyl Wrap

The quality of the vinyl wrap used is an important factor in gauging the cost of wrapping a car. In the vinyl world the statement, “You get what you pay for” stands true. If you want durability, longevity and proper UV protection, and you do not want the paint underneath to be damaged, you should opt for a high quality wrap.

Low quality wraps may look good initially but soon they warp around edges and curves, bubbles are formed, they might even crack at places and when removed, they damage the paint of the car leaving you irate and bearing loss. Cast vinyl is of high quality and consequently of high cost, whereas calendared vinyl is cheaper in comparison. 

Calendared vinyl is thicker with an aggressive adhesive. You might think it looks good when applied but it shrinks or bubbles at the edges after a short passage of time. It is advised not to use calendared films for car wrapping.

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There are many who use calendared films because they are 50% to 70% cheaper than cast vinyl and they think they got a good bargain but it is not so. Later, they end up spending more to rectify the issues caused by the vinyl. Cast vinyl is malleable, can be repositioned and does not leave much residue behind when removed.

It is waterproof and gives good UV protection. When you visit a vehicle wrap provider make sure you go through the specifications and do not settle for a cheaper, low quality wrap. Do product comparisons.

If a seller is quoting a price much lower than others, he is probably selling low quality vinyl. Do not settle for less if you need perfection and a long-term solution. 

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 The Size Of The Vehicle

Pricing also depends upon the size of your vehicle - the bigger the size, the more material required leading to increase in cost. Needless to say, a truck is going to cost more than a car and, on the contrary, a bike will cost far less.

If you have a compact car, the installation of the wrap may cost around $2,000, a family sedan may start from $3,000, an SUV may start from $4,000, and wrapping a luxury sports car may range from $4,000 to $6,000. 

Furthermore, it is not only the size but also the make and model of your vehicle that matters. Vehicles that boast of complex body shapes cost more when wrapped. Complex curves are difficult to wrap and require expertise. Hence, a flat surface, say of a large van, is a much different and easier application than an exquisite car with jagged edges and intricate curves. Same goes for the spoiler and bumper of a car.

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  • Sedan: 16-18 meters.
  • Wagon: 19-22 meters.
  • SUV and 4WD: 17-22 meters.
  • Micro: 8 meters.
  • Mini: 13 meters.
  • Van: 23 meters.
  • Coupe: 14-15 meters.
  • Pick-up: 21-22 meters.
  • Hatchback: 17-19 meters.
  • Sports car: 17-18 meters.

Quantity Of Wrap Required According To The Type Of Vehicle

The quantity of vinyl wrap that a vehicle may need depends on its size and make. According to a rough approximation compact cars require 15-17 meters; mid-size cars require 18-20 meters, and full-size cars, small SUVs and small vans need 20-23 meters. Keeping in mind your vehicle, you can gauge how much vinyl you need from the list below:

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Vehicle TypeQuantity /MetersImage
Sedan16-18 meters🚗
Wagon19-22 meters🚚
SUV and 4WD17-22 meters🚙
Micro8 meters🚘
Mini13 meters​🚗​​
Van23 meters🚐
Coupe14-15 meters🏎️
Pick-up21-22 meters🚛 
Hatchback17-19 meters🏎️
Sports car17-18 meters🏎

Full Or Partial wrap

  • Roof, hood and trunk wrapping can be $300 each.
  • Door handles $60 each.
  • Side-view mirrors $100 each. 
  • Spoilers around $300.
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Custom Design And Commercial Wrap

Having a custom design in mind and a certain look for your vehicle, or wrapping it for commercial use, advertising and so on affects the cost of installation. If a custom design is intricate and requires the whole vehicle to be wrapped, it will need more material and more labor resulting in a higher price. Simple commercial wraps can be as low as $3,000, while an intricate custom wrap can reach up above $10,000

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Installation Services Hired

Good installation services by professionals add to the cost of wrapping a car. You should know which installer will give you excellent services with the best value for money and can be trusted with your vehicle.

Before settling for an installer, check its history, specifically the work they have previously done. Do not forget to read the reviews of previous customers.

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A good installation facility will offer you limitless options to bring your dreams come true; they will have a state-of-the-art facility; and they will have abundant knowledge and expertise about material, preparation, installation, maintenance, and removal. Of course they will charge more but in the end, you will be a highly satisfied customer with a hot set of wheels to flaunt!

Location And Climatic Factors

Location plays a significant role as far as the cost of a car wrap is concerned. If you live in a colder climate, the car wrap installation will cost more as it will take longer for the heat to set in and the wrap to heal. If you live in a warmer climate, the car wrap will be cheaper because the temperature will keep the heat in longer.

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How Long Does It Take To Wrap A Car? 

Wrapping a car is a complex process and it can generally be completed in as little as a few hours or two to three days at the most depending on how much area has to be covered.

The wrap application only takes a couple hours for partial wraps and generally two days for a full wrap. Since the vehicle has to be wrapped indoors so that weather cannot affect the process, it has to be left within the premises of the installer.

After installation of the wrap, the vehicle cannot be used immediately. In order to ensure the durability of the wrap, it is better to let it heal and dry properly before it is taken out for a drive. Following is the approximate time required to wrap a car:

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  • Partial wraps and lettering: ½ an hour to 2 hours.
  • Half wrap (one to four or more sections): 2 – 4 hours.
  • Full wrap: 2-3 days.

Selecting The Right Wrap Colors

Choosing the right color for your vehicle can be tedious and time consuming as the shade you opt for says a lot about your personality. If you are spending money, you would want the right look.

  • Black: Sophistication, class and luxury.
  • White: Fresh and young.
  • Gray: Maturity and dignity.
  • Red: Modern, passionate and brimming with exuberance.
  • Green: Cool and friendly.
  • Blue: Dependable, trustworthy and committed.
  • Purple: Innovative and wise with a touch of femininity.
  • Yellow: Amiable, cheerful, and accessible brimming with youthful energy.
  • Brown: Sober and macho.
  • Orange: Joyous, lively and energetic.

DIY Car Wrapping Cost

Enzo Ferrari said, “If you can dream it, you can do it!”

DIY car wrapping is a humongous task but not impossible. It costs anywhere from $1000 to $2500+, which is certainly less than professional installation. However, before embarking on this tedious journey ask yourself, “Do you have the patience, perseverance and the expertise to do it?” If the end result will be crude and unsightly, it is better to get professional help. You cannot resort to trial and error for performing this task.

If you are confident and can do the job yourself, the following costs have to be taken into account.

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Purchasing The Vinyl

The baseline cost for purchasing vinyl can start roughly from $600 - 800 for a compact, two-door vehicle. With the increase in size and complexity, the cost of the wrap can go as high as $4-5,000 or more. The cost also depends on the type and quality of the vinyl as mentioned above.

Tools Required For Vinyl Wrapping A Vehicle

Once you have purchased your vinyl, you should have the right tools for its application. These will add to the total cost of the process. The tools will cost somewhere between $100 and $700. The following accouterments are needed:

14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
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14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
14 in 1 Wrapping Toolkit Set
£129.00
Vinylfrog Tucking Tool Set
Vinylfrog Tucking Tool Set
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Vinylfrog Tucking Tool Set
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Vinylfrog Tucking Tool Set
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Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
Squeegees for wrap installation
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Wrap Cutter
Wrap Cutter
Wrap Cutter
Wrap Cutter
Wrap Cutter
Wrap Cutter
Wrap Cutter
Wrap Cutter
Wrap Cutter
Wrap Cutter
Wrap Cutter
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  • Squeegee: A plastic tool that helps in removing air bubbles and creases.
  • Wrapstick flex: A long and flexible tool for tucking vinyl and wrapping around curves. 
  • Heat gun: A device that emits hot air and allows adhesive to form a secure bond with the substrate.
  • Infrared thermometer: To measure the temperature after heating. 
  • Surface cleaner: It is required to clean the paint’s surface before applying the vinyl wrap.
  • Microfiber cloth: A absorbent cloth that helps in removing water and dust.
  • Small magnets: These help in positioning the wrap
  • Cutting tape: To cut the vinyl smoothly.
  • Blade: Used to remove wrap after installation is complete. 
  • Tweezers: Used for weeding small pieces of wrap from intricate crevices.
  • Snitty blade: This is a safety cutter for vinyl that does the job without damaging it.
  • Tape measure: To measure various dimensions during application.
  • Masking tape: This is used to protect areas where vinyl is not applied.
  • Gloves: These help in better grip during installation and saves the vinyl from fingerprints.
  • Spray bottle: To spray water or a cleaner as and when required.
  • Clay bar: Used to remove contaminants from the car’s exterior before installing the vinyl.
  • Isopropyl alcohol: Used to clean the paint surface.

Time Factor

Another important point of consideration is how much time you are willing to give to the task. If you have a helping hand, which is an utmost necessity, and very little vinyl is wasted, it will take anywhere from a couple to a few days to complete the job. Hence you also have to consider the amount of money your time is worth. These hours also add to the cost of vinyl wrapping.

Space Requirement

You will also have to consider whether you have the space to apply the vinyl. The perfect place for the job needs to be dust-free. Every speck of dust ruins the finish of the film. You cannot simply work outdoors. If you do not have a clean, covered area and you plan on renting a garage for the same it will add to the cost.

DIY Or Professional Car Wrapping?

Let’s recap: The cost of DIY car wrapping ranges from $1,000 and $2,500 and if you opt for professional installation, it rises significantly from $2,000 to $6,000 Plus. Both depend on different factors mentioned above but we, at VinylFrog, suggest going for the latter unless you are a DIY enthusiast armed with the right knowledge and expertise.

Professional car wrapping ensures that the job is finished on schedule, is done keeping the best quality in mind and a perfect finished product is delivered that definitely earns praise and appreciation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Final Words

Nowadays car wrapping is all the rage not only because it glamorizes and bedazzles, but also due to its benefits as far as protection of the exterior is concerned. When opting to wrap a car, the cost factor plays an important role that is influenced by various factors. The DIY option is cheaper but it is only for those who are well versed and know their way around. Professional installation is the preferred way to go that might be heavier on the pocket but the results will be outstanding.

Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
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Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
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Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
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Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap
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Glossy Metallic Midnight Purple Vinyl Wrap

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