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You may be more familiar with OOH (out of home) forms of advertising over Trucks as this is the form that has been around far longer. The theory behind them both is very similar, to get your brand out to the masses to help increase sales.

The innovation and GPS tracking ability of truck advertising allows your brand campaign to track every vehicle with your ad on and reach a national consumer.

The potential to get your advert seen by the masses has never been greater, with the UKs motorways being busier than ever before. Due to train prices increasing, delays and overcrowding more people are choosing to drive instead. With driving comes the need for a visual stimulus so where better than on a truck side or rear door.

 

Why truck advertising works...

Overall 78% of distance travelled for personal and business trips by the average person is by car, on average, most distance is travelled by car for all age groups. Allowing more viewing time for road advertising.

Traffic on motorways in 2017 reached an all-time high of 64.3 billion vehicle miles, rising year on year.

The UK’s motorways are some of the most densely populated networks in Europe. They are a prime space for traffic and congestion, increasing the dwell time on your advertising leading to an increase in sales.

Dwell time = increased advert exposure

A motorist spends on average 120 seconds looking outside the vehicle at a red light.

There are 35 million vehicles on the UK’s roads. There are approximately 10 million pedestrians on the streets at any one time. Latest road traffic statistics show the number of vehicles on GB roads has increased by 22% in 10 years – information provided by DVLA.

With your current, old and potential customers all spending more time out of home, using a system and space that is perfect for engaging images and text is key.

Make sure your promotional campaign is a catalyst for word of mouth, as the size and visibility of truck advertisements can be a great conversation starter, that will improve brand reach.

Do you want to gain 50,000 ad impressions a week on your brand?

We don’t want you to just take our word for it, we tested out our theory of how many ad impressions one single truck can actually get. One trailer gained a massive 50,000 ad impressions per a Standard day trailer route on the UK’s motorways.

On average, one of our trailers would gain 1 million ad impressions per month on the UK’s motorways.

With prime outdoor media spaces rising in price every week, we give you the option to join us on a monthly contract to avoid scary lump sum payouts.

Click here to calculate the cost of getting your brand nationally famous.

The benefits of our Network

  • The Routes- Our premium partners are based throughout the UK and all vehicles travel 24/7 on the countries busiest motorways.
  • Fleet age & quality – Each truck is washed and cleaned on a regular basis. Age is also important and anything over 5 years is monitored for efficiency.
  • Design- You know your brand best, so we advise you to design or out source a designer who can create an exciting visual to match with other promotional campaigns.
  • Monthly contracts- Its important to switch up your promotional outputs to suit your marketing structure, so we offer monthly payment contracts to split the cost. The added option of changing your advert skinz in minutes whenever you require.

Our trusted trade partnerships

We are a part of the Spirit Displays Product Distribution and proud partners with 3M Select Platinum Partner, Ast Transport Branding.

With over 15 years’ experience in the industry, Ast Transport Branding has worked with some of the country’s best-known brands including HSS Hire, Stobart Group and Yodel.

Spirit Displays are the top experts in frame technology, boasting a 15-year successful, manufacturing career.

We are the perfect truck branding company on the market, ensuring all enquires are handled by one project manager, to cut down the supply chain for our clients.