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Hot Ride | Mobile Full Van Detailing

Full Detail - Van / Minivan

Be proud of your van!

  • 5 hours
  • From 325 Australian dollars
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

Is your van too big for you to detail it by yourself? Well you are left with 2 options, either take it to your local car wash to get a really fancy wash with no real results and huge amount of money, or call a mobile detailing company to come to your house and watch them do the detail for you. Hot Ride Mobile Detailing Sydney provides you with the best service and the most affordable prices. You just have to call us or book your full detail online. This service is priced for $299 for minivan and is amongst the cheapest in the mobile detailing industry for this type of vehicles. Interesting facts you might want to know about: Wheels are an essential part of any automobile or motorized vehicle for that matter. Did you know that wheels were invented around 3500 B.C in Mesopotamia and surprisingly no one knows how they were invented? However, initially, they were not used for transportation. It took 300 years after the invention of the wheels that someone realized they could be used to serve a larger purpose. Did you know that how the world famous brand ‘Mercedes’ came into existence? Interestingly, the name ‘Mercedes’ was adopted from the name of a customer’s daughter 'Mercedes Jellinek'. The rubber used in the tires of a car is vulcanized. 'Vulcanization' is a process for converting natural rubber or related polymers into more durable materials by heating them with sulfur or other equivalent curatives or accelerators. Charles Goodyear invented the process of vulcanization of rubber when he was in jail and was experimenting with a piece of rubber and a pin. He accidentally dropped the piece of the rubber on the hot stove and the rubber became black and tough. Interestingly, the Beetle (from 1938 until 2003; total 21,529,464 units produced) came into existence when Adolf Hitler inspired by Henry Ford ordered the German carmaker Dr. Ferdinand Porche to develop a people’s car or “Volks Wagen” called the KDF (Kraft durch Frende). Toyota, Daihatsu, Nissan, Suzuki, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Isuzu, and Honda are all Japanese car makers. Honda is the first Japanese carmaker to open a plant in the U.S. in the early 1980s. Did you know that some of the cars by Japanese car makers built overseas are exported back to Japan? Did you know that the Rolls Royce HP-15 is one of the rarest cars on the planet? Wondering why? Learn that a total of 6 of these cars were made. Only one of these cars is still available in the world and it is estimated worth is $35 million.

Contact Details


13 Sebastian Avenue, Rosemeadow NSW, Australia

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