CPAP is an unfortunate name, and it can do more than stop snoring.I love the look and the capabilities of this vehicle. I will enjoy driving and promoting my business with it, but most of the SS will be exposed. Here's a pic, but this is't the final look. So, please feel free to make suggestions.
There's a recent write-up (I think forwarded from you) about the possibility of a smaller CT version.https://engage.tesla.com/articles/1...wrap-service-smaller-cybertruck-highly-likely
found this article regarding inhouse wrapping services in china....i now bet its definitely possible for tesla to have in house wrapping in texas. With most panels completely flat wrapping pre-installation would be pretty easy i would imagine.
Line X also has a thinner product Line X Ultra which is the same weight as paint, its popular in the Jeep community[QUOTE =“ VolklKatana，帖子：46980，成员：997”]
[/引用]If LineX can be pain as skin,it should be cool,I use LineX at my F150 bed,it’s really work!
''They take their space seriously.''Yeah, US full-sized trucks are used in some rural parts of Japan, but not in the urban areas. They have streets reserved for different sized vehicles, down to k-cars, autocycles, motorcycles, bikes, etc. They take their space seriously. Roads are considered impositions to their property instead of vice versa. Their addresses literally do not reference the roads, but the development blocks like on a plat map.
Yes, you are correct. CPAP is mostly used for its name recognition. APAP would be the most common machine used for OSA (obstructive sleep apnea) and there's also BiLevel "AKA BiPAP" for patients with COPD, CSA (central sleep apnea - that's when the patient stops breathing) or patients who can't tolerate APAP and need higher pressure relief.CPAP is an unfortunate name, and it can do more than stop snoring.
So I'd make CPAP smaller, and include more of the benefits, such as by putting the email and phone above the rear tire, and using the doors for what CPAPs do.