Each Super Star Car Wash location treats cars like the super stars they are with computerized washes, hand details, and maintenance services. Washes?which can be bought one at a time or in package form?range from full-service washes that combine machine and manpower to Mega Star washes that include add-ons such as Rain-X. The Express Wash sends customers through the soft cloth wash tunnel in three minutes, and is followed by a free vacuum at the Express wash locations. Detailing scour cars inside and out with vacuums and features such as carnauba hand wax, orbital polish, and clay-bar treatments and also may include Meguiar's wax to remove light oxidation, seal in surfaces' sparkle, and protect paint from unwanted hair growth. Additionally, oil changes supply engines with regular or synthetic Quaker State oil; each change comes with a free car wash.
Big O Tires outfits wheels with tires from Michelin, Goodyear and other trusted brands, all backed by a three-year warranty and a lifetime of rotations. The retailer has been in the road-ready rubber trade since 1962, when it began as a single co-op; over the past five decades, it has blossomed into a network of more than 500 locations, spanning 21 states. The shops’ ASE-certified technicians not only specialize in tires, but also tend autos with a comprehensive array of repair and maintenance services. They deftly change oil, replace brakes, and meticulously administer free 22-point safety inspections, which ensure that headlights work and that wiper blades aren’t actually sleeping rattlesnakes.
The family behind Fletcher's Tire & Auto Service opened their first shop more than four decades ago. Today, they operate more than 30 locations scattered throughout Arizona, where they work to provide automobiles and their owners with expert repairs and preventive maintenance. More than 15 brands of tires get paired with appropriate chariots thanks to a convenient online tire-size guide, and computerized alignment services help improve gas mileage and safety.
When they founded Classic Car Spa, Jim Barrons and Tim Stocker wanted to build an oasis for road-weary vehicles, a place where cars could stop for revitalizing washes or regain lost performance with basic oil changes. Now scattered across locations in Phoenix and Tucson, the technicians carefully scrub away highway grime with lamb-wool mitts and wick away moisture with comically oversize blow dryers.