Do your police car graphics look just like everybody else’s? Are you still sporting the outdated two-tone black and white design that used to be the industry standard? If this is the case, maybe it’s time you considered updating your police vehicle designs to your own signature look.
At PDecals we can turn your fleet of ordinary police cars into custom police vehicles with their own unique designs. Our team will work with you to create something that your entire city, town, or county can be proud of. If you’d like to update the design of your police vehicles but don’t know where to start, here’s 5 quick suggestions of popular custom police graphics.
Uniform Police Fleet Graphics
One of the most important features when it comes to police car designs is recognizability. Allowing the public to know when you’re patrolling will make them feel safer while helping you lower crime rate at the same time. The best way to make your squad cars stand out is by giving them a consistent design that people will grow familiar with. At PDecals we have handled the re-branding of many police graphic fleets in Buffalo and across WNY. If you’re looking for a police car template to update and make your design more consistent, we’re here to help.
Sometimes referred to as “ghost graphics,” stealth police graphics have become more popular in recent years. If you’re not familiar with this type of design, check out our recent blog post. The basic idea is that stealth police vehicles can go unnoticed by day but light up at night thanks to reflective police decals. This design is useful for keeping people honest when they don’t think you’re around. The best part is, the reflective police graphics can be made to match the design scheme of the rest of your fleet.
Police Vehicle Striping: Chevrons
Chevrons are more commonly seen on the rear side of ambulances, fire trucks, and other emergency vehicles. However, chevrons can still be useful as police decals as well. Reflective chevrons are great for improving rear visibility while on the road. Between traffic stops and responding to emergencies, patrol cars spend a good deal of time on the roadside. A little extra visibility can make a lot of difference when it comes to roadside safety.
As part of the design process, you’ll be able to include police decal stickers to provide more information. These types of police decals are most commonly use to denote what department or unit that vehicle belongs to. Additionally, these emblem stickers will provide contrast to your overall design making you even more noticeable to those around you.
Partial Vehicle Wrap
If you think your police fleet graphics already look good there are options available other than a full design overhaul. Partial wraps can sometimes even be the best option if you want to bring in some consistency for your fleet design while keeping costs low. Partial wraps go great on doors, trunks and side panels if you need a little extra branding.