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Signwriting design

Morning all,

Following my (not so) recent post, I've got a design back from the signwriters for the new van and just wanted some opinions on it. Is completely different from the original I bodged up, but I like it. There's a couple of contact detail changes needed, but this is intrinsically the finished design. VW-T5_IAN_3.jpg

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  • I like it Tom, bold and to the point.

    • possibly add high viz stripe\pattern around lower part of van??

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    Looks good to me.

    Do you not have a landline number you can put on, so customers can relate to where you may be from?

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      The landline number is one of the final alterations, I've got a virtual landline with EE so that will be on there.
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    Landline and website?
    Good. Nice clean and simple.
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      Andrew, as in above comment, landline to be added, along with website.
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    I'd put something across the bonnet - how often do you reverse up a clients drive with only the front of the van in view of passers by.........

    • Never..... I hate reversing vans!  Don't think I've every seen a bonnet signwritten..........I'd imagine it's a bit "flat" for anyone to read easily.

      • I see lots of bonnets sign written and would say actually it's a very visible often.

        You don't like reversing a van? I have a lwb movano and find it far easier to reverse into places so that I can drive straight out after.
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          Same here, much rather reverse in when I can see the traffic.

          We have our bonnet signwritten, can't say it does any good, much prefer it that way, and maybe people do read it.

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