And really, it doesn't change the vehicle any. It sill looks the same on the inside and drives the way it would without the decoration. But it puts money towards the gas fund, right?
Lots of other company use the same idea. I can get a discount by the paving guys if I put a sign on my lawn after they're done sealing. So then it occurred to me. Cars cost a lot of money. How many people could afford one if they had a sponsor? Thinking out a little further...would people advertise anything if their car payment was lower? How much is too much? If you could buy a car that cost a few thousand less would you make that commitment to represent a household product? Would there be fights and lotteries to see who would get the February Big Game favorites like Doritoes, Anheuser-Busch or Pepsi?
Or, may they should give bigger discounts for products or services not necessarily the most flattering. If anything, the police scanners would become quite the entertainment source.
(Kkkkuck sounds like a walkie talkies )
Police station: "Adam 12 we have two 510's in progress on Main Street." [That's police lingo for speeding or racers]
Policeman #1: "Description of the vehicles?"
Police station: "We don't have the tags but it's a white tampon Honda racing a yellow gas relief Ford."
Policeman #2: "I'd hate to be behind the Ford when it skids out."
Policeman #1: "Oh, for the love of God..."
Police station: "No officer, the Christian Ministry truck isn't involved today."
Okay, you get the idea. I don't know about anyone else but I'm okay with paying the original sticker price for a plain blue car.