Domestics and imports. Cars, vans, and trucks. Economy vehicles and luxury super cars from the likes of Lamborghini and Maserati. Somehow, the organizers have managed to fit the entire world of automobiles into the New England International Auto Show—and just like fitting a whole burrito in your mouth, it required careful coordination to pull off.
To make the event possible, more than 30 car manufacturers arrive from far and wide, filling the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center with the latest models from names such as BMW, Ford, and Honda. Manufacturer representatives happily chat about their vehicles, and they encourage interactivity: sitting in the cars, popping the hood, even taking select models out for test drives. Attendees can also check out the "green scene", which showcases electric, hybrid, and fuel-efficient cars.
It only makes sense that the auto detailers at Car Care are as mobile as the vehicles that they work on. Stocked with cleaning gear, their service vans travel around the Boston area before stopping at offices and homes. There, the detailers wash car exteriors by hand and venture inside to sweep, scrub, and condition all surfaces, including leather seats and miniature dance floors. Alternatively, the team also works out of four service locations. At these brick-and-mortar spots, the team replaces windshields, removes scratches, and executes all manner of auto body repair.
At seven locations throughout Boston, the technicians at Mr. Perfection Inc thoroughly clean vehicles inside and out with a variety of detailing packages. In addition to hand-washing services, clay-bar treatments, and steam-cleaning carpets, seasoned car-care experts can remove dings or dents, replace windshields, or tint windows to conceal foreign royalty longing for life among the common folk.