The boldest ad format on the street. Modern application techniques encourage creativity and make this an eye-catching outdoor advertising format. You can't miss a Full Livery taxi. Every panel, curve and surface is wrapped in graphic vinyl for maximum impact and recall.
Mega Sides capitalise on the impact generated by the most visible side profiles of the taxi. Both sides are wrapped from the sill beneath the doors and extend right up to the roof line. Front and rear wings are included in the vast display area available – it's only the bonnet, roof and boot lid that remain unwrapped.
Super Side taxis run graphics from headlight to tail-light along their entire length. Super Sides are sculpted to follow the contours of the bodywork in pairs of special pre-cut panels, one for the nearside and a mirror image for the offside. Super Side graphics can be output and fitted quickly so are ideal for short burst campaigns and offer exceptional value so larger fleets can be deployed in high volume, high impact campaigns.
Flexi Sides are the perfect way to wrap your taxi for a medium or long-term campaign, whilst retaining the option to change the offer or call to action mid-way through. By just updating the door graphics, you can replace an offer, promotion or theme with another, without the expense of a complete stripdown and refit. Flexi Sides give you maximum strategic benefit and the value of a longer campaign, coupled with complete tactical flexibility and control.
The rear window of a taxi provides an eye-catching, eye level display site. The special 'two way' vinyl enables you to display graphics on the glass without impairing visibility for the driver.
Rear screens enable your Full Livery graphics to flow seamlessly across the rear screen to create even more impact. Right in the eye line of passengers, pedestrians, motorists – even cyclists – a rear screen really is an "in-your-face" advertising opportunity.
Rear screens were used to great effect by Meridian Outdoor in promoting the Shrek 2 movie release: "The rear window ads successfully captured the attention of potential cinema-goers on the streets."