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Tire Stickers: What They Are And How You Use Them

Tire stickers have been gaining popularity recently, so we thought that it would be a good idea to tell you all about them and how to use them.
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So what are Tire Stickers?

Tire Stickers is the company behind those awesome tire lettering kits that you’ve probably seen on the side of cars both at the track and on the road. They are produced in either short-term or long-term applications and come in the form of a curved decal with a transfer film so that you don’t have to spend time spacing out the letters at all.

The letters can either come with factory lettering such as ‘Toyo Tires’ or ‘Falken’, which will give your OEM tire more visual impact. However, if you want to make sure that you stand out from the crowd even more, you can go completely custom and have lettering that says whatever you want, to have truly bespoke style.

If you don’t like the idea of applying the lettering yourself, we also offer the ability to supply you with pre-lettered tires that will arrive at your door all stickered up and looking pretty!

Short-term or long-term?

Many of our customers ask us whether they should go for the short-term kit or the longer lasting application. Hopefully, the following will clear up any questions you have, and will allow you to make an easier decision.

Short-term

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The short-term package is ideal for anyone looking to improve their car for an upcoming track day or car show, and will last between 150 miles on the track, and 1000 miles under normal driving conditions. With dozens of different colours available, you can go crazy with what you do to your tires. The application process is as simple as peeling the stickers off their backing paper and sticking them to your tire. In around one minute, you can have them fitted and ready to go!

The price for these short-term applications is between $24.99 and $39.99, so you won’t have to break the bank to get them on your car. To take a look at the short-term Tire Stickers, head to our configurator right here.

Long-term

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The longer lasting Tire Stickers are for those looking to stand out all year round, as this application will last the lifetime of the tire! The secret to this longer lasting product is that it’s raised rubber that is added to the existing tire with durable and long lasting adhesive. This allows you to clean the decals without any deterioration even after 40,000 miles of intense driving. With the ability to choose custom lettering, as well as from colours including white, yellow, red and neon green, you still get the ability to customise on top of the added durability.

To fit the raised rubber product, we’ll give you a complete application kit so that you can fit it perfectly the first time. Installation takes around an hour for a set, but after that, the product will be complete for the life of the tire.

Prices for the raised rubber kits are between $59.99 and $109.99, which is amazing value considering it’ll last until your tyres need replacing. To check out what your raised rubber kit could look like, head to our site here and have a browse of the different options.

Frequently asked questions

Tire Stickers: What They Are And How You Use Them - Tuning

What can you put Tire Stickers on?

Well, in simple terms, any vehicle that has a tire on it. We produce stickers that will work on all forms of tires, including cars, trucks, sport bikes and ATVs - even bicycles can get the tire sticker treatment!

Can you ship internationally?

Yes, of course we can. We ship globally to most countries around the world, so you can improve your tires no matter where you are.

What does a set consist of?

A standard set comes with four stickers so that you can put one decal on each wheel. There is also the option to go with eight stickers so that you can customise both the top and bottom of each wheel.

If there are any other questions that you CTzens have for us, just let us know in the comments!

Edit: So many of you awesome guys have come to the site that it’s temporarily down! If you can’t make it onto our site but you want to get in contact, just send us an email to: info@tirestickers.com