Turbo Express Car Wash & Detail offers motorists a slate of services aimed at upping cars' naturally low self-esteems. Treat your walrus-less carriage to a Turbo Express wash ($8) with turbo triple-action foam, spot-free rinse, turbo dry, and touch towel finish. The Turbo Classic wash ($10) provides all of the auto-friendly amenities of the Turbo Express wash plus undercarriage sealant, turbo tri-coat polish, and a wheel/tire cleaning. Or you could go all crazy with the Turbo Custom wash ($12), which heaps all the aforementioned services into a scrub-down, while also throwing in UV protection and a tire shine. Delivery drivers seeking to eradicate the ruinous remnants of last week's unfortunate chili spillage can opt for a Redline Interior Detail ($39.95), where, in addition to receiving a Turbo Custom wash, the car's interiors are vacuumed, mats are shampooed, glass is cleaned, upholstery is treated, and an enticing fragrance, like the sweet sigh of a southern grey-headed sparrow, is hatched.
The automotive aestheticians at Clark Executive Detail consider the business day spa for cars. Only instead of facials and massages, the team doles out pampering hand washes before coating cars with wax and polish, rendering paintjobs with the radiant twinkle of a light bulb’s earrings. Owners can also stow rides inside heated, 15,000 square feet storage space, where their investments rest easy inside a dust- and pest-free garage guarded under 24-hour camera surveillance.
Big O Tires' Healthy-Car special hones in on an array of auto parts, giving your wheels an all-over inspection to curtail any mechanical ailments or auto-body botherings. The 30- to 40-minute treatment begins with an oil change, which replaces fatigued oil with up to 5 fresh-faced quarts and includes a fluffy new oil filter for improved performance on roadways, highways, and intergalactic skyways. Free-wheeling tires are treated to a tread-soothing rotation and inspection, and brakes are scrutinized for uncharacteristic squeaks and squawks. Any remaining extremities receive much-desired attention during the 30-point inspection, a thorough exam that susses out auto aches, pains, and engine plagues. A fluid refill and chassis lube round out the service, which is backed by a nationwide warranty.
Licensed by the state of Utah, the car-care professionals at Performance Emission and Inspection dole out state inspections and fresh DMV stickers for all passenger vehicles in 10–15 minutes. Once customers schedule their appointment online and squeal up to the shop, technicians check the exhaust and slap on the state's seal of approval if the car is free of noxious fumes, hazardous toxins, and generic colognes. The friendly staffers can also renew registrations and issue new DMV stickers, allowing drivers to avoid the lines at the DMV.
At Diamond Glass, trained and certified technicians restore and replace auto glass with safety-tested parts and adhesives that meet or exceed manufacturer's standards. During 15-minute rock-chip-repair services, specialists infuse cracks in glass with special translucent adhesives instead of well-chewed bubble gum. The windshield technicians also travel to homes and offices to perform mobile windshield replacements. On the road or in the shop, the Diamond Glass team backs its services with warranties and helps to keep cars healthy with additional services such as safety and emissions tests.
The window specialists at Simply Cool bless cars with a new layer of cool in the form of SunTek automotive tinting film. In addition to carrying a lifetime manufacturer's warranty, the sleek tinting provides protection from interior fading and reduces the farmers' tan on dashboard bobble heads. No matter the windows covered, each treatment concludes with a proprietary topcoat that is scratch and crack resistant and carries a high-gloss finish. Simply Cool also deals in SunTek Architectural film for the home and business. By blocking up to 99% of harmful UV rays and significantly reducing heat, clients can expect a decrease in heating costs, and an increase in slightly bummed out gas-company employees.