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Old 06-09-2012, 07:09 AM
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I was thinking of getting a rear window wrap (see through) for my Flex.

Has anyone used signazon.com?

They seem to offer a decent product.

I couldn't really find any other larger looking companies who offer these.

Any suggestions?

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Old 06-10-2012, 11:56 AM
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I've looked at them too but haven't ordered from them yet, and actually was also looking at the rear window wrap. They seem great, I went through the ordering process just to find out the final price + shipping + taxes then didn't check out, I got a call the next day from them wanting to know if there was anything they could do to complete the order.
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I requested some samples which should be showing up by the end of the this week or early next week.

If all looks good, which I expect them to, I'm gonna order a rear window wrap.

Turn around, they said, is usually around a week until it shows up at my door.

After It's installed, (providing I don't screw it up) I'll post some pics.

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Awesome...I didn't even think about asking for samples. If I order one I would probably need some help installing it...I cant even put a sticker on straight lol. Pics would be great!
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I found it best to use a local sign shop and have them install it. The sign for my Pontiac Vibe was less than $100.00 installed. No worries, if they screwed it up they make a new one till I am satisfied with it. They also helped with the design of it, so it was a win - win for me. I used Fastsigns I feel like they treated me well.
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Getting custom one made for wifes real estate biz...she has a new car (Kia Sportage)....rear window is wicked curvy.

Advice....go to local sign shop that does them...sit in their vehicle, see if you can deal with the darkness and lack of visibility out the rear. Yeah they're a mesh, but I know some people think it's too sight restricting.

My preference...go to a local sign shop anyways...they install it for you so for hardly much more money, and it comes out looking good. Plus..it's good to give business to local business, support your local economy...not some online china shop.

They last about 2 -3 years (depending on stuff)...in the real world. Still very worth the money IMO.

Don't do with rear window that has a wiper...take wiper off.
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You may also want to consult you car insurer before doing this as it may void you car insurance if you are using your private vehicle.
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You may also want to consult you car insurer before doing this as it may void you car insurance if you are using your private vehicle.
This is so important, EVERYONE with advertising on their car needs to check! I had to switch companies and get a commercial policy because my insurer only did private insurance and they considered a car with any advertising (even magnets) to be commercial. Some will allow it but you have to tell them and have them put it on the policy.

Worst case scenario, you hit someone and they are permanently injured. Your insurance company could void your policy because of the advertising and you would be financially ruined for the rest of your life.
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Thanks for the heads up. I'll be checking with my agent shortly.
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Hey Reegs - I don't know if you've gotten your samples yet, but I've used them before. Rear window graphic looks great. Installation is not too bad if you use their install guides. The print quality turned out really great. I've had mine for about two years and no problems.

But definitely check with your insurance company! you never know...
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