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Full Detail - SUV/4WD

Get ready for your next road trip!

  • 4 hours
  • 269 Australian dollars
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

Does your SUV/4WD look bad after a long road trip? Hot Ride can help you get over this issue in just few clicks. Book our full detail service online for only $269 for SUV's & 4WD's. Our prices are considered among the cheapest in the Sydney market, yet you get the best possible service. This service offers you full interior detail in addition to an outside wash, clay bar treatment, and wax. Stop worrying about detailing your vehicle for $400 or $500. Book it now with Hot Ride for $269 and we will be there on time to detail it for you. Not sure which service you need? Call us now! Facts about cars you didn't know about: The word “car” comes from the Latin word “carrus” – a two-wheeled wagon. New car smell is actually the smell of various volatile organic compounds that are used to manufacture the car. The smell is intoxicating and the manufacturers are adopting measure and techniques to get rid of this smell. Almost three quarters of the Rolls Royce cars ever produced are still on the road today. Did you know that the Volkswagen group comprises twelve brands from seven European countries: Volkswagen Passenger Cars, Audi, SEAT, ŠKODA, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche, Ducati, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, Scania, and MAN? Did you know that headlamp is the term used for a device which is attached to the front of a vehicle to light the road ahead? And headlight is the term which refers to the beam of light produced and distributed by the device. In 2012, Nevada became the first U.S. state to issue the license to self driving cars. Self driving cars are autonomous cars that can drive from point A to point B without a driver. They use maps and sophisticated technology to accomplish the task. Researchers agree that these cars could help reduce road accidents in the future. Denmark is one of the most expensive countries in which to buy a new car. Denmark collects 150% tax on all new car purchases. However, according to a source, the country is recently looking to cut the tax rate to 100% for new vehicle purchases. After the initial introduction of cars in the American market, there was an intense competition between other manufacturers and Ford Motor Company. General Motors had to take a planned obsolescence of products between 1920 and 1930 so that they could build better cars that attracted customers. Interestingly, half of all the new cars sold in Norway are electric or hybrid. Did you know that large cars are more profitable than small cars?

Contact Details

0477677877

contact@hotride.com.au

13 Sebastian Avenue, Rosemeadow NSW, Australia