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Would you advertise on your car...

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Would you advertise on your car...

... for £100 per month?
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Car Quids, which launches this weekend, will use strips on windscreens, rectangular stickers on doors and the bonnet, or a full wrap covering the entire car to display advertising. It expects average returns for drivers to be £100 per month but says this could rise to £200.

I would certainly look into the pros and cons.
What would you like to advertise on your vehicle; a big national company or a local business?

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Re: Would you advertise on your car...

The local butcher delivery vans and taxis have been doing that for years up here, but a bit odd to see a butcher van advertising a pizza delivery.  But £100 per month to help pay for your fuel, why not.
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Re: Would you advertise on your car...

Just remember to declare it on your tax returns, though.....  Huh
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Re: Would you advertise on your car...

What's a Tax Return ?  Wink
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Re: Would you advertise on your car...

It that like a rebate? Smiley
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Re: Would you advertise on your car...

I could certainly do with some of my tax returned.
Where do you apply for one of those tax returns?
How do you qualify?
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Re: Would you advertise on your car...

I did this about a decade ago, the price you get for having your car turned into a mobile advertising banner though depends largely on the mileage you drive +where you clock it up and how quirky your vehicle is along with how old it is ...
my old banger earned me 50 quid a month for full body wrap advertising but I was doing a few hundred miles a week through towns which paid for the insurance Smiley
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