Licence Disc Stickers
We have printed thousands of windscreen licence stickers for a lot of our clients.
All licence disc stickers are printed in a circular 90mm diameter format on self-adhesive vinyl.
These stickers are a good advertising medium and are used mainly by windscreen fitment centres and vehicle sales people, because they are highly visible and can be used for a variety of branding opportunities.
We also supply windscreen stickers printed on the front that can be read from the outside. This is commonly used for No Towing signs, living area identification or parking areas.
A vehicle licence must be affixed visibly on a windshield on the lower left hand corner in such a manner that the print on the face of the licence disc or licence and roadworthy certificate disc, whichever the case may be, is clearly legible from the outside to a person standing in front of such vehicle;
How do you remove the sticker when the licence is renewed.
Depending on the type of vinyl used to apply onto the windscreen, there are quite a few ways to remove the sticker. I found some nice instructions on mybroadband.co.za
- Sometimes it just peels off easily.
- A razor blade and dish washing liquid.
- Peel it off, clean with alcohol (meths works) or use a utility knife (stanley knife) blade (often sold as a window scraper to remove paint).
- Hair dryer to heat it up a bit, and it'll peel right off. Clean the residue with benzene.
- Try smearing peanut butter under an edge. Apparently the peanut oil loosens the glue.