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Making An Impact On The Road With Bumper Stickers

Aug 1st, 2016

When, on your commute home, all you see is a string of break lights with no end in sight, even the littlest thing can make the ride feel better. A joke on the radio, a beautiful sunset or view of the lake along the highway, or even a funny bumper sticker.

A Happier Commute With Bumper Stickers

Who would be cranky after reading, “Reality is a nice place but I wouldn’t want to live there,” or “ Very funny Scotty, now beam me down some clothes”?

Your car can have as much personality as you do. More smiles and laughter on the road means less road rage and upset drivers. It doesn’t matter what kind of sense of humour you have, there is a bumper sticker that will bring a smile to your face and help make the road a happier place.

Some of the bumper stickers you can find are:

“If you are feeling good, don’t worry. You’ll get over it.”

“I have always been crazy, but it kept me from going insane.”

“My other car sticker is funny.”

“If we aren’t supposed to eat animals, why are they made of meat?”

“If you don’t like the way I drive, stay off the sidewalk.”

“I used to have a handle on life, but it broke.”

“There are 10 types of people in this world. Those who understand binary and those who don’t”

“Wouldn’t it be nice if there was an ‘escape’ key for all our problems?”

You can even design and create your own bumper sticker if you don’t find the right one for you. You can make it as sarcastic or as contagiously funny as you want.

If you’re looking to make bumper stickers to sell for fun, to represent your brand, or to simply make your car stand out on the road, you can use easy design tricks and elements to make your message stand out. If you’re designing for your own car, use a colour that dramatically contrasts with the colour of your vehicle so it’s as noticeable as possible. If you’re designing for mass production, consider putting your design or slogan on a black or white circle to ensure it’s easily readable on any colour car. Use big, bold fonts that other drivers and passengers will be able to read, and be sure to always stay away from profanity or crude imagery. After all, what’s funny to some may still be offensive to others.

No matter what kind of day you are having, one chuckle can help bring you out of a funk and back into a more positive view.


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