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Please contact us if your question is not answered below.

Who tells the driver where to go?

Prior to campaign commencement, a detailed brief outlining each day is prepared. This can be as detailed or brief as you like – the main objective is to target the right audience to gain maximum reach and impact for your brand.

How large are the billboard advertisements?

Our side Billboards are approximately 6 metres long by 3 metres high.  The rear banner is approximately 2.2 metres wide by 3 metres high. You therefore have 43m2 of advertising space.

How far in advance should I schedule my campaign?

We recommend scheduling your campaign as soon as you have a date confirmed. Our vehicles usually book up several months in advance. Although if you need to put your campaign together on short notice, we will do everything possible to make your campaign happen. We recommend allowing at least 5 working days after the approval of your artwork to have your billboards printed and prepared. Book early to avoid disappointment.

What do we provide within the advertising price?

Our price is all-inclusive. We cover all expenses for the drivers, vehicles and fuel. Our quotes do not have any hidden charges. You may only be charged extra if you add days, hours or additional locations to your campaign.

Who organises to get the advertisement printed on the vinyl?

Let us get your outdoor advertising printed, produced and installed. Our close relationship with the largest sign companies gives us an unparalleled ability to get your banners produced quickly, easily and cost-effectively. All you need to do is supply us with the file that works in Mac Format. If you supply the file from a PC, please save files in hi-res EPS or TIFF format and convert all fonts to outlines. All images should be scanned at 350 Dpi at one fourth of final size. Please supply original layouts, rather than PDF files. All images should be linked rather than embedded. Allow at least 50mm bleed on all sides at full size.

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