Here at EverythingBranded, we have a broad range of promotional motoring gifts for you to choose from. Whether you’re a car dealership, garage, or insurance provider, the driving-themed accessories in this range are ideal for printing with your logo and gifting to clients and customers.
We have a variety of different products that are perfect for vehicle owners, from safety motoring products to handy tools. By getting them printed, you can be sure your details will stay with your clients and be visible every time they use your handy promotional item.
In this collection, we also have many printed sun shades that your clients can use to protect passengers, especially young children, from dangerous rays — particularly in summer. These products have a large surface area that is ideal for printing your logo and contact information for the outside world to see.
In winter when the temperature drops, what better way to have clients hang onto your promotional product than by providing them with something they really need? That’s where our branded ice scrapers can really come in handy.
All of our outdoor and leisure products are able to have your brand printed or engraved with your company name, slogan, or message. Get in touch and request a quote on promotional motoring gifts today.
It’s a no brainer that transportation-related industries should give away branded speciality automotive promotional merchandise items. But shouldn’t every business? Yes, it makes sense for a new car dealer to provide branded car mats, but why couldn’t any business give them away? The customer with your branded mats in his or her car will look at your logo, on average more than 2.5 hours, every single day. And the same goes for keyrings and car fresheners. Speciality items such as emergency tool packs, lights, or first aid kits may not be seen every day, but when they’re needed they leave a positive lasting impression; as do ice scrapers, mobile phone chargers and document folders. Then there’s promotional items that may be seen by thousands, on a daily basis, such as number plates stickers, rear window stickers, and branded seat belt covers.
Currently. there are 1 billion cars in use around the world Compared to the world’s population, that’s around one car for every seven people on Earth.
Driving a car with a standard or manual transmission is not an easy job for Americans. More than 95% of the cars in the U.S. have automatic transmission. On the other hand, in Europe and Japan, more than 80 percent of cars sold have manual transmissions.
On July 3, 1886, mechanical engineer Karl Benz drove the first automobile in Mannheim, Germany, reaching a top speed of 10 mph (16 km/h).