A fleet of sleek, futuristic-looking vehicles awaits drivers at Let’s Ride Rentals, where an able staff distributes motorcycles and snowmobiles for all-season recreation. They partner with Profile Powersports to rent out Spyder three-wheeled motorcycles with manual and semi-automatic transmissions to riders aged 21 and older. Renters are then free to roam throughout Mount Washington Valley including all of its lakes, mountains, and leprechaun-infested forests. During the winter, the staff doles out snow-centric vehicles, including Ski-Doo snowmobiles comfy enough for families meandering through snowy woods and sleek enough for zookeepers pursuing an escaped snowman.
After developing a process to prevent cars from rusting in 1959, founder Kurt Ziebart continued to pursue automotive innovation, forming an international network of 400 locations in 30 countries. Skilled technicians update cars with a variety of detailing and protective services that keep paint jobs from fading and heal chipped windows. Their inventory contains a spread of accessories to personalize vehicles, including remote starters to heat vehicles in cold months, sunroofs to let in the summer's rays, and alarm systems to scare off falling leaves in autumn. Scratches and scuffmarks disappear with cosmetic touchups and tinted windows preserve privacy behind a thin layer of dimness. In addition to services for vehicles, Biddeford Ziebart also offers residential window tinting.
The motor medics at Southern Maine Motors restore rides to peak condition with oil and filter changes and ensure continued automotive health by administering thorough inspections. In 20 to 30 minutes, vehicle virtuosos lube up pumping pistons and replenish sapped motor-oil reserves, reducing friction and heat, which can grind away critical engine parts over time. A fresh fuel filter screens out potential foreign objects lurking in the gas tank, such as dirt, flecks of rust, and the Blarney Stone. A certified technician then inspects the car meticulously, ensuring that everything from the drive shaft to the wiper blades meets the State of Maine's stringent safety standards. Drivers receive a full printout of the evaluation in order to help them better understand their car's particular issues, such as uneven wear on tire treads or a crippling fear of clowns.