Dealers need automotive flags to attract buyers, but how can they be set up? Which flag printer you select is key to your end results. Sometimes it comes with hanging hardware, but sometimes it doesn’t. In any event, you need to understand the right way to attach automotive flags. If you do not place them on your vehicle correctly, they could be damaged or lost.
It’s advised that you not attach any flags to your vehicles so as to avoid damaging them in any way. You might be considering stringing pennant flags directly along the row of automobiles positioned in view of passing motorists. The better alternative is to purchase wood stake-posts that can be driven into the earth in the space between vehicles. The string is used to attach the flags to the stakes. You can tie it on with knots or even tape it to the surface. In fact, you can utilize any means that serves the purpose – with no risk of damage to any cars on the lot.
When you can’t connect the string to the cars themselves, don’t attach it to the paint! Remember this caveat even if you merely intend to affix the pennant strings with tape. Sometimes tape peels off easily. It is possible that the adhesive tape will also lift off some of the automotive paint. The tape may stick and leave a nasty mess behind.