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Hot Ride | Station Wagon pre-sale detailing

Pre-Sale Detail - Station Wagon

Never been easier

  • 5 hours 30 minutes
  • From 349 Australian dollars
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

The Pre-Sale detail for station wagons has never been easier, and is no different than any other vehicle, except that it is larger than normal Sedan or Hatch cars, so there are a lot more places where dust and dirt can hide. Hot Ride Sydney always has the right solution for he right prices for you. This service being priced for $350 for Station Wagon cars, you get all the normal detailing tasks in addition to machine buffing, headlights restoration, and engine bay detail. Our job is to make your life easier when you are trying to sell you car, and why not, help you get some extra $$$ for it. Do not hesitate, we are the best in the Sydney market, and our prices are very affordable. Some car facts for you: According to the EPA, in the U.S., 75% of Carbon Monoxide emissions come from automobiles. Dubai has the world's fastest police car (certified by Guinness World Records). It is a Bugatti Veyron — just one of its 14-strong fleet of super cars. The car uses a 16-cylinder engine which produces 1,000 horsepower. The car has a staggering top speed of 253 mph (407 km/h) and the ability to climb from 0 to 60 mph in just two and a half seconds. According to the data analyzed by the U.S. Department of Transportation, crashes involving male drivers often are more severe than those involving female drivers. And many more men than women die each year in motor vehicle crashes. Did you ever wonder how the names of some of the Volkswagen cars were coined? The company uses the various types of winds for the purpose. For example, the Jetta means “jet stream”, the Passat means “trade winds”, and the Polo means “Polar Winds.” Did you know that Ferrari makes just 14 cars a day and that the automotive giant Toyota makes 13,000 units every day? According to a source, the world's first non-fatal automobile accident happened with James Lambert while he was driving in his single-cylinder gasoline automobile, in 1891 in Ohio City, Ohio. The injuries, however, were minor. Carjacking in South Africa is very common. Hence, BMW cars are fitted with flamethrowers on the side to avert the theft. In Japan, there are different stickers which are used on the cars to identify the driving capabilities and experience of a car’s driver. These stickers help other car drivers to be a little more patient when driving around such cars. If a car remote is pressed 256 times consecutively when the car is out of range, the remote will become dysfunctional as it will lose its sync with the car

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13 Sebastian Avenue, Rosemeadow NSW, Australia

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