Putting your name on a “Do Not Call List” keeps telemarketers From calling. Posting a “No Soliciting” sign next to your doorbell on your porch keeps unwanted sellers from buzzing and knocking. Flyers slid under your vehicle windshield wipers don’t have a block to keep them from coming.
Applying the same “No Soliciting” tactic to your vehicle as to your home can alert would be advertisers from posting their flyers on your transportation.
Cut out a piece of poster board or cardboard from a box. On the piece print “No Solicitation Of Flyers.”
Avoid decorating the sign other then the print writing. Attractive, cute border around the edges, glittering the letters or dotting and curving strings of varying colors throughout the blank space leftover by the print can leave questionability open to the advertisers and lead them to think that it’s okay to go ahead and leave a flyer.
Place the sign on the dashboard. You don’t have to tape the sign to the window or dashboard, just sit the sign on it where it’s visible. This allows you the freedom to remove it when you want.
When you’re driving you may wish to have the sign out of view until you park. Once you’ve parked you can sit the sign up. While placing a “No Soliciting Flyers” sign in your vehicle window suggests that you do not want flyers on your vehicle just like posting a “No Solicitation” sign on your porch or getting on a “Do Not Call List” is supposed to help keep sellers and telemarketers away, boom-ring. There will always be someone that will solicit and telemarket you. You will still find someone that will solicit flyers on your window.
If the “No Solicitation Of Flyers” sign doesn’t help to eliminate some of the flyer clutter from getting put on your vehicle there is another tactic you can try.
Vehicle covers or a giant tarp which can be spread over the length of your vehicle to protect it offer a smooth approach. As long as there are no folds or creases in which to tuck a flyer your vehicle may get bypassed. There is always a chance that the cover could be pressed right along with the flyer into the windshield wiper, door or rear window. The vehicle cover or tarp might even be lifted up with the flyer placed into position underneath before being let back down. The cover or tarp may have to be secured down to keep it from being moved as easy. Securing the cover or tarp in place will help to keep them from blowing away or from being taken by an onlooker.