I read the other day that statistics show a busy commercial vehicle can be seen by more than 3,000 people every hour.
That is why so many businesses have their vehicles, cars, vans, lorries or trucks, sign written or wrapped.
Many companies realise that this is a cost effective way of advertising whether they are simply a man and a van or have an extensive fleet of vehicles.
The trouble comes, though, if your vehicle is damaged in some way that affects the signage. Having it repaired properly can be a problem. Luckily, we are here to help.
It is often the case that the graphics on the entire vehicle do not need replacing.
I can hardly believe it but it is true.
Twelve months have absolutely flown by and it is our 1st anniversary of commencing trading. I can’t quite believe how we have managed to get so much done in such a short space of time but we have.
Many thanks to all our customers to date and we hope to be making the acquaintance of many new customers over the next twelve months.
It was an absolute pleasure to be able to work on this beauty.
It is a 1957 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud, one of only fifteen left on the road. We finished it off with a lovely ceramic coat which I am extremely pleased with.
The Silver Cloud was seen as the core product of Rolls Royce’s range of luxury cars and was in production from 1955 until 1966.
It seems that every county in the UK is vying for the claim that they have the most potholes. While I can’t declare a winner, I can confirm that hitting a pothole while driving is a modern hazard that has increased greatly in the last few years.
Even if you are travelling at a relatively low speed, hitting a pothole can damage your tyres, wheels and steering alignment. At high speed you risk a lot more damage and possibly losing control of the vehicle resulting in a crash.