The Use of Vinyls on Buses and Coaches
- Richard Walter
15th March 2024
The traditional use of paint and sign writing has been replaced over the years with more and more detail being applied to vehicles by pre-printed vinyls. This varies from essential information for passengers such as route branding or adverts, to elements of a company’s actual livery. It is also a cheaper option when replacing damaged panels and can negate the need to take a bus or coach off the road for a full repaint. Vinyls also mean that fleet names and information about contactless payments, WiFi and attractions along key routes can be bold, prominent and eye-catching.
In this book, Richard Walter’s photographs illustrate the growth in the use of vinyls over the last few years, with examples of applications for special events as well as everyday use.