The wrap itself is fairly simple to install. Once the prep is done, I will go over that in a moment. You can watch many you tunes for step procedures on how to wrap. VIVVID VINYLS Website has a detailed list on what to do fairly detailed. Here's my simpler version, remove what you can see my examples, and clean every thing you can, dust is critical here, so control and minimize dust. Temperature is important! to about 65-85 is about ideal. The vinyl needs to be warm to stretch. You rough cut it to fit, peel off the backing. Position in place smooth out all wrinkles with sqee gee and air pockets. Once you are happy with all that. You final cut your film leaving about a quarter of an inch extra and seal with heat gun. You develop your own technique and flow pattern that works for you. All kind of helps are out there if you need them. Hope this answers your question.Did your son happen to mention how hard is it to put the wrap on? I am also curious what type of prep does it take to get the truck ready.