I doubt they will last, and if they are rolled or folded it will crease, crack or make them peel back.
if any, I would use a cast or poly super grip adhesive vinyl. sorry, I am not more specific but I forget the correct spec that we use.
alternatively, if one colour, a cut stencil and ink the logo in place should work a treat. contact apollo inks for this. very cost-effective if you know what you’re doing.
Obviously depending on the graphic/artwork, "Stencil and ink" is the most cost-effective long term solution. Truck curtains have been getting it done this way as long as I have been in the trade. Paint will not perform as well as ink, takes longer to dry etc.
if you want an easy modern method, print direct to truck curtain vinyl. APA truck vinyl is probably the most cost-effective, but not easy to install if you are not used to it. You will need to clear coat it or laminate with whatever. I guess APA can help recommend what’s best there. your next obstacle here is material costs and minimum amounts required to purchase?
You need to remember how flexible the surface is. how much bouncing-on, stretching and abrasion it will be subjected too.