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How much does it cost to wrap a bike?
This very much depends on the type of bike and type of material chosen. No two bikes are the same and everyjob is bespoke. Email us at info@stri-tech.co.uk for a free quote.

How do you handle payment & deposits?
We accept cash or bank trasnfers made directly to our bussiness account. A non-refundable 20% deposit is required after final price has been agreed. Each job is bespoke and because of this the deposit is non-refundable and you cannot change your mind as the material we order will be bespoke for your job.

Do you offer remote wrapping if bike cannot be brought to you?
We prefer to wrap inside our premises. However we understand that sometimes due to a range of circumstances its not practical to bring your bike to us. For this reason we offer remote services with appropriate costs to be agreed with you beforehand.

How long will it take to wrap my bike?
This really does depend on what you are having vinyl wrapped, and can vary from just a few hours for some small parts, to around a week for a full colour change on a large bike. Email us at info@stri-tech.co.uk and we will call you back to go through the vehicle wrapping process and let you know the timescales involved.

How long does wrapping last?
We only use high quality vinyl wraps, and they are fitted by our experienced installers, meaning that your vinyl bike wrap should easily last between three and five years if properly cared for.

Will wrapping cover my damaged bodywork?
Under most circumstances, dents, scratches, rust and minor bodywork damage cannot be ‘covered over’ with car wrapping vinyl as it will show through. There are some textured vinyl wraps which may cover some stone chips and light scratches. You are welcome to call us to discuss any damage to your bodywork, and whether it should be repaired before fitting a vehicle wrap.

Can my vinyl/graphics be removed or replaced?
Yes. Providing that the paintwork on the panels is original factory paintwork, then car wraps can be removed without damage to the paintwork if done so within five years of installation. If the bodywork has been refinished, as we are unable to guarantee the quality of the repair, when the vinyl wrap is removed it may cause poorly bonded paintwork to be peeled off with the adhesive from the wrapping vinyl.

How do I care for and clean my wrapped bike?
You should clean your vinyl wrap material regularly to maintain it’s colour and finish. As with a vehicles paintwork, it is always better to wash it by hand but as long as the vehicle is not washed for seven days after the wrap is fitted, you can follow the same advice as the vehicle manufacturers instructions on cleaning the paintwork. Vinyl wraps films MUST NOT be waxed.

11. Should I tell the DVLA or my insurance company about my vinyl wrap?

We have no responsibility to inform either your insurance company or the DVLA. We would advise you to do so, but ultimately its up to you. You should read your insurance policy, and if it states that any modification should be notified to them, then you should take the appropriate action.

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