Is wrapping a leased vehicle worth it?

Important Considerations When Wrapping a Leased Vehicle

Vehicle wraps allow you to personalize a vehicle and transform it into a mobile business billboard. There are a few considerations that you need to keep in mind whether you own the vehicle or are leasing it. Understanding the following considerations will allow you to determine if the vehicle wrap makes sense. 

  1. The Conditions of the Lease

One of the most important things that you have to consider when determining whether to get a vehicle wrap or not is the conditions of the lease. Even though most leases might be similar, some of the contain restrictions, conditions, and special clauses that prevent you from getting the leased vehicle wrapped. Therefore, it is important that you review the conditions of the lease to ensure that there are no restrictions present. In case there is no mention of graphics, decals, or vinyl wraps, you can proceed with hiring us to install a vinyl wrap without having to worry about violating the terms of the lease.

  1. The Condition and Age of the Paint

The next thing that you need to consider is the condition and age of the paint. If you want to wrap a newly leased vehicle, it is crucial that you confirm whether the paint has been fully cured or not. If the paint is not fully cured, it would release gases that would affect the durability of the wrap, cause air bubbles, and inhibit adhesion. It is a good idea to consult with a vehicle dealer to find out the age of the paint and make sure that is in excellent condition before you install a vinyl wrap.

  1. Vehicle Wrap Material

Lastly, you also have to take the material of the vehicle wrap into account. There are some materials that are superior to others when it comes to vehicle wraps. You must keep in mind that cheaper materials offer minimal protection, have a higher chance of damaging the paint when removed, and provide minimal protection. It is best that you wrap a leased vehicle with high-quality materials like Avery cast vinyl or 3M vinyl since they offer maximum protection to the vehicle paint. Besides, these materials are easy to remove as long as you hire a professional to get the job done. 


Once you have finished reading our post, you will know when it makes sense to wrap a leased vehicle. If you require more information about truck wraps, car wraps, or any other types of vehicle wraps, you can read our blog or get in touch with our team. We are always happy to respond to our valued clients. Moreover, if you still feel confused about whether to get a wrap for your leased vehicle or not, our highly skilled team of professionals at Sigma Wraps are always happy to help you out.