At Dirt Buster's Car Wash, the staff strives for a sense of community just as much as they do for cleanliness. Each locally owned wash participates in a variety of efforts to support the surrounding businesses and charities. They might help with fundraising, or partner with organizations such as the Placer Food Bank and Toys for Tots to aid people in need. They also offer discounts for customers affiliated with area schools—you just need to show your student card, school team fan gear, or the stolen head of a rival team's mascot.
Attendants at each location hand-wash and vacuum vehicles as the most basic service. From there, guests can request packages that include paint protectant, tire dressing, and underbody washes in addition to the standard wash. Detailing services, on the other hand, spruce up cars both inside and out with deep-cleanings and a three-step buffing process.
It's hard to miss Twin Rivers Limousine's most recognizable vehicle as it cruises the streets of Sacramento. It is, after all, pink—very pink, as in bumper-to-bumper, everything-but-the-windows pink. Rather than a brazen display of ostentation, however, the vehicle represents the company's commitment to a higher calling: 10% of the pink vehicle's proceeds go toward breast-cancer research. The vehicle is just one of a whole fleet of luxury vehicles available for everything from airport pickups to wine-country excursions. At the helm of each 4-passenger sedan, 10-passenger limo, and 12-passenger stretch SUV sits a licensed and insured chauffeur, who sees to it that charges arrive at their destination in a safe and speedy manner.
Street Tech’s ASE-certified mechanics work to preserve vehicular health on most makes and models, including trucks and hybrids, with a slew of engine-bolstering services. During a standard oil change, these seasoned car gurus will drain motorized companions of old, sludgy lubricant and replenish them with up to 5 quarts of premium oil. Technicians then install a new oil filter, top off all fluids, and lubricate the chassis and suspension to increase range of movement during morning commutes and late-night runs to the year 1957. Then they'll use organic, state-of-the-art eyeballs to visually inspect all vitals under the car and hood before tweaking tire pressure for improved gas mileage and handling.