Green Clean Xpress Car Wash purifies garage-dwelling devices with a host of environmentally friendly products and techniques. Custom-made electric wash equipment eliminates harmful emissions as specialists wield biodegradable soaps to clarify each car's sullied spots while minimizing impact on the surrounding ecosystem. As powerful sprays of water release caked-on debris, a two-stage clarifier catches and treats every ounce of runoff, purifying the water for future scrub downs. Extra-long hog's-hair brushes cleanse finishes as a natural alternative to synthetic brushes, and water-restricting spray nozzles conserve up to 14 gallons of water while dramatically increasing automobiles' chances of getting asked out to car prom.
Continuing a 57-year legacy, the experienced mobile-electronics technicians at Al & Ed's Autosound equip car owners with safe driving solutions during two-hour hands-free Bluetooth installations. Armed with an extensive arsenal of adapters, the technicians integrate Parrot CK3000 Evolution Bluetooth units with existing audio systems, allowing calls to be heard through the vehicle's speakers. Any phone equipped with Bluetooth connectivity can sync with the handy hands-free device, regardless of manufacturer or carrier. Responding to voice commands from the driver, the unit conjures up contacts from its database of up to 150 names when called upon, much like a faithful robotic court wizard.
Your carbon tireprint after driving away from Go Eco Express Wash is very low. That's because staff make every effort to ensure their car wash as environmentally friendly as possible. No matter which of the four tiers of car cleaning chosen, every wash uses 90-percent recycled water along with eco-friendly detergents and waxes. Most washes only take six minutes, with low-horsepower engines using less energy to better conserve resources without replanting pine-scented air fresheners every spring. Though a free self-service vacuum comes with every car wash, staff can also do a full detailing for cars in need of extra TLC.
In the state of California, smog tests are required every two years for all vehicles, from cars to mobile homes. At STAR-certified Smog Center locations, licensed technicians help owners stay compliant and air friendly through a three-step process. It begins with a visual inspection of the vehicle for obvious emissions problems, followed by a functional exam and an evaluation. But what the process doesn't include is a sales pitch: since the facility is a test-only center, the staff doesn't try to sell owners on extra repairs, nor on gold watches conveniently located in a mechanic's trenchcoat.