Wrap News

Great Pricing

1/2 Wraps from $495 Full Wrapsfrom $1395

Can You Wrap a Leased Vehicle?

Category: Car Wraps

Leasing a car has become increasingly popular in recent years, as it allows you to drive a new vehicle without the long-term commitment of ownership; however, if you like to customize your ride, such as adding a vinyl wrap or graphics, you might wonder if it is possible to do so on a leased vehicle. The answer is yes, but there are some things you need to consider before doing so. As a leading provider of quality vinyl wraps, the team from Wrap Guys is often asked if it is possible to wrap a leased vehicle. That is why we have compiled information about whether you can wrap a leased vehicle.

Can You Wrap a Leased Vehicle?

Find out where can vinyl wraps be installed.

Factors to Consider Before Wrapping a Leased Vehicle

It is essential to consider some critical factors before wrapping a leased vehicle, such as:

1. The Lease Agreement

The first thing you should do before wrapping your leased car is review your lease agreement. Some leasing companies have strict rules about making any modifications to the exterior of their vehicles, including installing wraps. Violating these terms could lead to costly penalties when it comes time to return the car. If your lease agreement does not allow for wrapping, then it would be best not to proceed with this option.

2. End-of-Lease Obligations

Consider your end-of-lease obligations—will you need to return the car in its original condition? If so, removing the wrap could be costly if not done by professionals. Any damage caused by improper installation or removal of the wrap can lead to expensive repairs and charges from the leasing company.

3. Time Duration

You must determine how long you plan to keep the lease and if you can remove the wrap before returning the car. Most lease agreements run for two to three years and, if your contract is ending soon, it may not be worth investing in a full-car wrap as you will not enjoy its benefits for long. On the other hand, if you plan on extending your lease or purchasing the vehicle after your contract ends, wrapping it could be a good investment.

4. Quality of the Car Wrap

When it comes to car wraps, quality is critical. A low-quality wrap can cause damage to the original paintwork and potentially result in costly repairs when the lease ends. A poorly installed wrap could lead to bubbles, peeling, or damage to your vehicle’s finish. Choosing a reputable company that uses high-quality materials and adheres to proper installation techniques is essential.

5. Cost of the Wrap

Consider the cost of the wrap versus the car’s value. If you plan on returning your leased vehicle after a few years, ensure the cost of wrapping does not exceed its resale value. While it may seem like a great idea to add some personality to your car, wrapping can be expensive, depending on the size and complexity of the design. You must also factor in installation costs, as professional installers charge hourly rates.

If you want to know more about our car wrap services, contact us using our online contact form. Our team of skilled experts will gladly respond to any inquiries you may have regarding our procedures or rates.

Request a quote:

You need a vehicle wrap designed for getting your business noticed and generating leads. Let the pros at Wrap Guys help. Let's chat! 1-360-329-5413

Let's connect!

We love meeting new friends.

Thank you! Your message has been sent.
An error occurred, please fill in all fields correctly.

Required fields indicated with a red star

Request a quote