Vegan Bumper Stickers

Bumper stickers let you reach thousands of people with a vegan message.
Last Updated: October 10, 2017

The world’s simplest activism tool: The Bumper Sticker.

Bumper stickers enable you to spread a vegan message to many new people every day while you’re going to work, driving around town, and just going about your business as usual. They are cheap. They take 2 minutes to place on your car. And they continue to help animals every day until you part ways with your car.

But don’t stop at the age-old rectangular bumper stickers. Get creative and innovative for a totally stylin’ ride. Here are some tips:

  • Bumper sticker magnets! You no longer need to worry about putting adhesive sticker glue on your shiny new car. That’s what magnets are for! You can buy blank magnet backs from craft stores or find bumper stickers that are sold as magnets.
  • Vinyl vegan decals. These work great on the side windows of cars so you can spread the message from every angle.
  • Giant car door message magnets. The most innovative activism tool of 2012! Mercy for Animals now sells large “Why Love One But Eat The Other” magnets which you can slap right onto your car door. They come in sets of two so you have one for each side!
  • Hang a literature stand from your car window while you’re parked. Fill it to the brim with Vegetarian Starter Kits and a sign that says “FREE! Take One!”
  • Tape a leaflet to the parking meter before you drive away. It takes just 20 seconds, and someone is guaranteed to get the message. You simply need to be prepared with tape and leaflets in your car.

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The only question left is: How is strong your drive for compassion? Use this weekend to pimp your ride, and share photos of your veganized vehicle on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using the hashtag #MyVeganRide. Let your car be your billboard, and let’s fill the streets with lots of vegan love.

You can request free vegan literature to hand out from any nonprofit organization, including Mercy for Animals, PETA, and Vegan Outreach