Full Detail - Sedan / Hatch
Change how you feel about your car.
- 4 hr4 hours
- From 249 Australian dollarsFrom A$249
- Customer's Place
Sometimes you wonder if it is worth to spend $200 to clean your Sedan or Hatch. If you consider it as a maintenance service, then it will be totally fine to spend this amount of money every few months to keep your vehicle in perfect shape. Neglecting your car for longer periods of time can permanently damage the interior & exterior of your vehicle. If you leave the bugs on your front bumper for a long time for instance, there will be a high chance that you will get a lot of paint chips all over the bumper when you try to remove those bugs, simply because over time, they dissolve and bond with the paint causing permanent damage. Book the Full Detail with Hot Ride Sydney now and never worry about your car's condition anymore. Cool Car facts you probably did not know: Right now, there are more than 1.5 billion cars in use on our planet. That “new car smell” that everyone loves so much is made from over 50 volatile organic compounds. If we had a road that went from the earth to the moon, it would take around 6 months to get there by car when driving a steady 100 KM/H. The average car has around 30,000 parts. Of all the cars Rolls-Royce has ever produced, 75 percent of them are still on the road to this day. It is considered a criminal offense to drive around in a dirty car in many countries. The person who invented cruise control was blind. Newer cars’ engines have been designed to stay quiet. In fact, most of the engine noise we hear in these cars is faked through speakers. Both the United States and European law requires electric cars to make fake noise to alert pedestrians that there is a car nearby. Volvo of Sweden designed our three-point seatbelt design. However, they kept the patent open so other car manufacturers could use it to save lives. Because of this, these seatbelts save one life approximately every six minutes. The world’s first automobile was developed by Carl Benz in 1885. The top speed of the motor car was 16 km per hour. It had a one cylinder four-stroke engine installed horizontally on a specifically designed chassis. It was known as the Benz Patent Motorwagen. In 1908, the Model T developed by Henry Ford became the first car available to the masses. This was a low-cost car. It cost around $850 in 1908 and $260 in 1925 (the reduction in the cost of the car was mainly because of the invention of the assembly line). The first self-propelled vehicle was made by Nicolas - Joseph Cugnot in 1769. It was a steam-powered tricycle.
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