Spend some time talking with the vinyl shop
Always good to check out the wrap shop and talk to the person that will be doing the work. Have the installer walk around your car and let them explain their process.
Typically anything that can be removed (lights, taillights, grille pieces) will be removed by the shop. This allows the vinyl to be worked into areas behind these pieces.
There will be trim cutting of the vinyl on your vehicle. This is not a problem for an experienced installer.
A few things to look for on a good wrap:
- Edges of the vinyl not lifting-off the body.
- Accuracy of vinyl cuts (as around wheel wells)
- Vinyl not popping up from deeply recessed areas (if the vinyl is not properly installed, this could show up the next day or weeks later).