What are the differences between taxi roof led display and car back window display?
Car back window display refers to the LED display screen mounted on the rear window inside a vehicle. Both Taxi Roof LED Display and car back window display are powerful digital-out-of-home advertising media, capable of delivering video, text, graphics, and animation to capture the attention of pedestrians and promote products, events, and services. However, the two are very different in structure resulted from the fact they are placed at different parts of the car.
Transparency. Since the car back window display is mounted on the rear window, it has to be made with high transparency to avoid obstruction to the natural light and affecting the driver’s view. In contrast, the taxi roof led display is not transparent.
IP rating. The taxi led display is placed at the top of vehicles and it’s designed to be used as an outdoor advertising media. So it has a good IP rating that can protect the display from rain, dust, and other bad weather conditions. However, the car back window display is designed to be placed in the interior of the car, so it’s not necessary to have a high demand for IP protection.
Size. LED Taxi Roof Sign is typically larger in size than car back window displays. This is because taxi drivers often have more space on their roofs to install these displays, while there is limited space at the back of the car for a display screen.
Viewing angle. The car billboard is often double-sided, which means people on both sides of the road can see it. For car rear window display, it’s more targeting to the people behind the vehicle where the device is placed, while pedestrians on the sides and before the vehicle have little chance to be exposed to the messages delivered. And the passengers in the backseat cannot see the ads on the Car Back Window LED Screen.