Philkotse has gathered 5 car sticker designs that are commonly chosen by Filipino drivers. Check out our list if you are looking for an idea to decorate your vehicle.
It is very easy to find cars decorated with fancy stickers anywhere on the street in the Philippines. Through this small yet noticeable decor item, the car owner seeks to demonstrate their personality, hobbies, and sometimes their politic viewpoints.
Philkotse has gathered 5 car sticker designs that are popularly chosen by Filipino drivers. Check out our list if you are looking for an idea to decorate your vehicle.
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1. Logos of luxury car brand
Logos of famous and luxury car brands such as Mercedes Benz, BMW, Ferrari, and Volvo are normally found on Japanese manufactured cars whose owners have a strong passion for racing.
Unfortunately, some of these cool stickers are not available in the Philippines.The cost of a Ferrari sticker sold at souvenir shops in Maranello, Italy might be around P600.
Some of these cool stickers are not available in the Philippines
2. Filipino pride
Car owners who want to express their nationalism and their love for the country usually pick the "Filipino pride" stickers. This type of sticker has various variants in which there is a perfect combination of three colors red, blue and yellow, three yellow stars and the sun, resembling the Philippine national flag. This concept, priced at under P60, is one of the best-selling car stickers in our country.
Filipino car owners are also the patriots
3. Family theme
Filipinos love their families and consider it as a great pride. Don't get surprised when you notice numerous cars in the Philippines have white stickers on the rear window, showing all family members, even including extended members such as lolo (grandpa), lola (grandma) and even their lovely cats and dogs.
You can eaily buy a set of 4 stickers at around P200 with an additional P50 for each family member sticker.
Filipinos love their families and consider it as a great pride
4. Narcissist on board
This sticker is inspired by a fascination coming from a study by the think tank Synovate. The study shows that 48% of Filipino men are narcissistic and claim that they are “sexy”. You can find other versions of this funny concept such as “Baby on board” or “Sexy on board”.
A study shows that 48% of Filipino men are narcissistic
5. Yellow ribbon
This sticker was very popular at the time of the EDSA II revolution. In 2012, when Mr. Aquino III won the Presidential elections, becoming the Head of State, his camp distributed this sticker to the people. The yellow ribbon was also used by his mother Corazon Aquino.
Although this sticker was a campaign material and not for sale, many shops still sell them from P50 to P100.
This sticker was very popular at the time of the EDSA II revolution