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A lot of people prefer to lease vehicles because it is an affordable way of driving different types or brands of cars. While this aspect is great, leased vehicles may not be available in the design and colour you desire, which is why many people turn to wraps. Car wraps will help you accomplish your stylistic preferences; however, you need to confirm whether or not this is a possibility before you proceed with this option because it can become a problem with the company responsible for your lease. There are always rules when it comes to a lease, so you need to check to ensure you are not breaking one of them.

If you are uncertain about this procedure, it is always best to ask so that you don’t end up making a costly mistake. If wrapping your car is something you really want to do but your vehicle is under a lease, it would be wise to check your contract before going through with it. Generally, most leases do allow wraps and decorative graphics but every contract is different, so you should never assume this is the case. In order to get an accurate answer, you need to consult your lease and contact your leasing agent so that you can proceed with peace of mind. Only after you receive a confirmation should you go ahead with a wrap so that you don’t run into any problems.

There are other factors you need to consider as well, including whether or not your leased car has been freshly painted. If the car has a new coat of paint on it, then a wrap may not be a good idea because fresh paint always needs time to cure in order for it to completely dry. It can take anywhere from one to eight weeks for a new paint job to dry and a wrap should not be applied during this period so that the integrity of the new paint is not affected. It is important that you select a brand name vinyl because a poor quality wrap can ruin the car’s paint job, which would be very problematic.

You must remember that while a leased vehicle will be in your possession, it is not actually yours, so you need to take very good care of it and follow all of the rules associated with your contract. For this reason, the quality of your wrap is very important because it needs to protect the vehicle’s paint job while applied. You also need to keep track of the recommended time frame because keeping the wrap past its warranty period can pose problems as well.

Landon Graphics in Edmonton specializes in car decals and custom vinyl car wraps. Whether you are interested in a vehicle wrap, car tint or ceramic pro coating, contact us today because we do it all!