Vehicle wraps, fleet graphics, and other exterior vinyl designs undergo more wear and tear than their indoor counterparts.
Factoring in climate, regular UV exposure, and weather, the life of a vehicle wrap varies from place to place.
Generally, a vehicle wrap will last you anywhere from 5 to 7 years before it begins to show noticeable signs of wear and tear. (Fading, cracking, rolled edges, etc.)
In climates with harsher or drier conditions, like Wyoming, that lifespan for exterior vinyl wraps hits closer to 4 or 5 years.
Curious how to make your vehicle wrap last longer? Check out our advice here.