Midwest Auto Consultants has built a fortress on a foundation of auto detailing and customization. Staffers make cars, trucks, and SUVs feel proud of themselves with professional hand washes and waxes, interior shampooing, headlight restoration, and "Hello my name is Hot Rod" name tags. Cleaning up cars isn't all they do, though—the technicians also install custom chrome accessories, wheels, and tires and are equipped to outfit vehicles with alarms and remote-start systems. A 100% satisfaction guarantee backs each service, fortified by a two-week courtesy follow-up.
Spitzer Autoworld has been providing exemplary auto service for more than 100 years, having gotten its start selling and leasing Ford Model Ts. With today’s deal, soiled street wagons can ungrunge their outsides for the foreseeable future with a quintet of washes ($12 value each), during which their exteriors will be lovingly cleansed of accumulated grime and restored to factory-fresh spotlessness. Dirt-averse drivers can also opt for just one exterior clean but supplement it with the added perk of a standard oil change ($35 value) to re-lubricate crusty engines and inhibit corrosion, plus a 27-point auto inspection ($45 value) to ensure the car still has at least 27 parts.
All About Autos’ detailing technicians rely on both scientific potions and old-fashioned elbow grease as their tireless wrists scrub cars with pH-balanced soaps and glazes formulated to remove scratches and dings. Chrome polishing, window washing, and tire dressing populate the detailing roster, joining interior treatments including vacuuming and steam cleaning. Beyond the two- to three-hour detailing sessions, the techs also dress engines, replace broken windowpanes, and stock accessories such as remote starters.