Partial Vehicle Wraps

To add a bit of personality, partially wrapping your car or van is definitely the way to go. Sometimes, the detailing is everything! It’s cheaper and quicker than a full wrap, and you can always add more later if you like the compliments you get…

Design Service Available


Premium Materials


Expected Lifetime

5-7 years

High Spec Finish


Partial Vehicle Wraps | Designed, Manufactured and Installed In-House

From a glossy black roof and mirrors, to a satin grey de-chrome, we’ll customise the parts of your car that need special treatment. Light surrounds, grilles and window trims all look amazing, with a finishing touch that will set your vehicle apart. Or maybe just a bonnet for a simple, stylish look.

We never compromise on our materials, our top quality workmanship deserves the best! Partial wraps are particularly popular for Camper Vans, and Race or Rally Cars of all shapes and (engine) sizes. Adding custom-templated paint protection film to high impact areas can also keep your original paintwork stone-chip free.

Sometimes you just need a sign, let us help

We take huge pride in helping companies of all size and sectors present their brand beautifully to the outside world, through internal and external signs and displays.

With over 20 years of experience Tunnicliffe Signs is known as the best in the North West and beyond. Join our extensive list of loyal clients, and we’ll make your vision a reality.

Get a quote for your sign today

    Over 60,000 Signs Installed - Get your quote today!

    Partial Vehicle Wraps - Frequently Asked Questions

    How long does will my car be with you for a partial wrap?

    It depends on how complex the area to be wrapped is, the condition of the vehicle and how much of the car will be covered, so we’ll confirm when we provide you with your quote. As a guide, a roof and mirrors can usually be completed in a day, but it can take an entire day do a great job on just a spoiler!

    How do I keep the wrap clean and looking it’s best?

    Leave the newly wrapped area to firmly bond for a week, (or two when the weather is cooler) and then gently wash it by hand afterwards – definitely no jet washing! There are a lot of ‘specialist’ products available, but if you treat the wrap carefully, as if it was new paintwork, it will stay looking amazing.

    How do I get a quotation?

    We’ll arrange a time for you to call in and take a look at our range of colour swatches – choosing the right material is the most important part of the quotation process. We’ll take a look at the vehicle too, to see if there are any modifications or areas of damage which we’ll need to consider in estimating the time required for installation.

    Is the vehicle wrap removable?

    Yes. If your buyer wants the car back in its original colour, we can remove the wrap professionally for you; the quality materials we use peel away easily with the application of heat. You should be aware that non-factory paint, in any areas which have been resprayed before the wrap was applied, may pull away when the wrap is removed.


    11 January 2021 

    Chapter 8 of The Department of Transport’s Traffic Signs Manual, isn’t yet legislation, but is considered best practice for vehicles stopping or being used for work on highways and high-speed roads. It’s an effective way to make you and your fleets safe, especially at night or in poor driving conditions.

    continue reading...