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Hot Ride | Full Station Wagon Detail

Full Detail - Station Wagon

Station Wagons can shine too.

  • 4 hours 30 minutes
  • From 289 Australian dollars
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

Detailing your station wagon is a must if you are using it for work purposes or if you use it as family vehicle when you have two or more kids throwing all sorts of food and toys inside. This full detail service covers all the essentials, and is priced to suit all families including those with low income. After all, you do not have to be rich to be able to detail your ride. This service takes care of all the interior by soaping the seats, the floor, the floor mats, and the roof liner. In addition to that, all your interior plastic trims are wiped and cleaned. The exterior is also washed and waxed. Hot Ride Sydney offer you all the detailing services that you require with the most competitive prices in the market. Car Facts you might be interested in: In 2013, white was the world’s most favorite car color. According to an Australian study, white vehicles are 10% less likely to be involved in an accident. Moreover, cars that have mainstream colors are prone to theft more than those that have less popular colors. In 2017, Tesla became the world’s second most valuable car company. In case of a crash or an impact, airbags inflate in just 30 milliseconds. Astonishingly, by the mid-1960s, American made cars were delivered to retail buyers with an average 24 defects a unit, and many of these defects were safety related. In 1980, Japan became the world’s leading auto producer. However, currently, it is the world’s third largest producer of cars (behind China and the US). Did you know that in 1982, the automobile industry provided one of every 6 jobs in the U.S? Thus, the automobile industry became a key force for change in the 20th century America. From 1909 to 1927, Ford built more than 15 million cars. Initially, the Model T took 12 hours for assembly. With the help of the assembly line technique, this amount of time was cut to 8 minutes for each car in 1913, and finally in 1927, during the last years of the production of the Model T, the factory was delivering a completely assembled car in just 24 seconds. Now that’s the power of innovation. The Toyota Corolla is the world’s best selling car. The Corolla is sold over 150 countries and regions and the company sells 1 Corolla every 15 seconds. Since its launch in 1966, the company has sold more than 44.1 million of these cars and that is roughly equivalent to 20% of the company’s overall sales. One of the worlds’ most loved cars is the Volkswagen Beetle and was sold 20 million and more units worldwide.

Contact Details


13 Sebastian Avenue, Rosemeadow NSW, Australia

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