Just Emissions’ nationwide facilities exclusively specialize in two things: vehicle-emissions tests and safety inspections. By focusing their efforts on these two EPA-mandated services, the company has developed a testing process for cars, vans, SUVs, rolling droids, and pickup trucks that is both thorough and speedy. The company’s hyper-specialization has also given birth to other consumer conveniences, including immediate post-test registration renewal at its Utah locations and onsite testing.
Wash Me of Sandy's soft touch and touchless automatic wash tunnels emblazon automobiles with tri-foam cleaning agents and armor glass with Rain-X water repellants. Each seven-minute wash kicks off with a presoak to soften and gunk and film, followed by a tire cleaner, bug remover, and scented tri-foam lather to groom cars after rain showers or before blind dates in the car-pool lane. Blasts of water scour the undercarriage, disentangling the grip of grease and grime, and a spot rinse thoroughly combs the exterior to eviscerate residue and punctuate the wash with a reflective finish. Applications of Rain-X, which gild the glass in a water-repellant treatment that maximizes driver visibility during rain and drives through exploding cactus patches, conclude the treatment before a dryer dematerializes moisture, leaving cars arid and shiny from bumper to bumper.
At Complete Detail, teams of auto detailer treat vehicles with extensive cleaning packages. They follow stringent checklists that remove ground-in dirt from floor mats and cabins, as well as banish streaks from windows and scratches and swirls from paint jobs. A combination of Meguiar's products, elbow grease, and even q-tips that clean hard-to-reach areas keep auto bodies dust-free and glistening with a lustrous shine. Thanks to the cleaners' hard work and rapt attention to their tasks, Complete's crew earned the coveted privilege of helping to detail Air Force One, the most prestigious detailing task after polishing Andrew Jackson's steak knives.
The automotive technicians at Reliable Auto Mechanics accomplish everything from oil changes and diagnostics to emissions inspections and engine flushes. Their mission is to give customers the same attention that they afford the vehicles they work on, fostering stress-free visits and even cleaning car interiors after completing services. To give customers extra assurance, they also offer lifetime warranties on most major components serviced.
Dirty, down-on-their-luck vehicles pass through AutoSpa Express’s 125-foot car-wash tunnel and emerge from the other end spick, span, and clean-shaven. The Ultimate wash begins with a dual-stage pre-soak and application of wheel-bright foam before proceeding through the high-pressure area, which uses a soft-touch wash cycle with triple-foam conditioner and triple-foam polish to leave cars glistening and treat any unsightly dandruff problems. Next, rust inhibitor is applied to the car’s ticklish undercarriage, then the car is rinsed in four stages and tire shine is applied for supernaturally glossy tires. Ten air-fueled dryers finish the three- to five-minute process, and each customer receives a vacuum token to suck up the hundreds of empty ketchup packets that constitute the floor of their portable kitchen.
For the better part of two decades, the technicians at Van Goes Auto Body have provided the full spectrum of automotive maintenance, from buffing out minor scratches to repairing damage from major collisions. The team offers free estimates for any of its services, allowing car owners to budget properly for all work performed and preventing the cars from having to clean dishes should they come up short.
Drive-In Autosound customizes rides with high-quality sound systems that keep pulsating beats crisp and clear. Experienced technicians gussy up cars with subwoofers, 100-watt to more than 16,000-watt amplifiers, and radios with in-dash navigation systems and built-in Bluetooth technology. They also install security systems and remote car starters, and entertain passengers with various DVD and TV monitors attached to cars' ceilings, headrests, or trunk interiors.