Since 1945, Fuller's Carwash, Detail Center & Fast Stop has mollycoddled motor vehicles with a slew of auto services. Founder Bob Fuller's relatives manage each of the auto center's 11 locations, which sprout up every time someone buries a ratchet in fertile soil. Skilled technicians populate the work bays and invite vehicles inside for oil changes, auto repairs, and tire rotations that extend the life of vehicular shoes by encouraging even tread wear. Soft-cloth car washes and meticulous detailing services bolster a car’s resale value and ensure it stays as pristine as the day it was delivered by a factory-assembled stork.
The highly trained technicians at Jiffy Lube tend to about 24 million customers each year with services such as the Signature Service oil change package, which promotes the longevity of each vehicle. These technicians learn their care-care talents during stints in Jiffy Lube University, the company's exhaustive training program. During their training, technicians engage with computer-based learning, apply knowledge during on-the-job-training, and pass frequent skills tests to master the art of engine maintenance. Upon graduation, technicians also take the Jiffy Lube Pledge, vowing to service their customers' cars with the same care they would normally reserve for their own vehicles. This extensive curriculum and commitment to customer service is part of what earned the program accolades as an Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certified Training Provider.
In addition to performing oil changes, Jiffy Lube’s experts perform air conditioning, air filtration, cooling system, electrical, windshield services, and many more. The technicians’ quality pledge includes a commitment to transparency, which stipulates that they will inform car owners of any necessary services and only complete those services after it has been approved by the owner.
The owners of Rush Group Detailing don't just polish cars?they also love them. Composed completely of car enthusiasts, with 20 years of experience between them, the operators of Rush take genuine pride in leaving headlights, interiors, wheels, and even engines sparkling. To primp vehicles, technicians use pH-balanced soap, osmosis-filtered water, and a multi-bucket wash mitt system with catch basins to ensure continuously clean mitts. And, while cars are their specialty, the technicians also use their detailing abilities on boats, RVs, motorcycles, and even aircraft.
Attendants at Legacy Auto Detail kick off every service with a hand wash, using nimble digits to pluck the tiniest specks of dirt from car surfaces. This attention to detail knows no bias for antique hot rods or overburdened minivans, as the staff members groom auto bodies of all statuses with the same in-depth attention. They leave rides gleaming inside and out with artfully applied buffers, waxes, and applications of Armor All, and smatterings of shampoo and conditioner produce freshly laundered seats. The versatile menu of services also includes tiered wash packages and add-ons that target specific imperfections such as pet odors, rust, and food morsels stuck in the hood ornament's teeth.
Heralded in Tanning Trends magazine, True Colors Tanning introduces skin to advanced bronzing technologies at a number of Louisville-area and southern Indiana locations. Each of the five levels of standup and lie-down ultraviolet-tanning beds is equipped with specialized cooling systems and ergonomic surfaces to maximize client comfort. Alternatively, experienced staffers can apply airbrushed tans or spray tans by Australian Gold in the time it takes to count 180 seconds using a laser-guided system.
Main St. Car Wash's self-serve buggy baths restore the confidence of sullied cars and standard SUVs in a zippy three minutes. Auto owners steer their roadsters into one of the two drive-thru bays to wash them from the top of the frame down to the underbody and wheels, apply body polish that reaches into the past and pulls back the showroom shine, and finally honor their ride with a ceremonial reciting of the VIN number. After the bath, drivers can draw a vacuum and aim it at their cars' interior crevices, wipe panels and dashes clean, and free their windows from unsightly smudges.