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Hot Ride | Mobile Pre-Sale Detailing

Pre-Sale Detail - SUV/4WD

Get the most out of your SUV

  • 6 hours
  • From 389 Australian dollars
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

SUV's, Utes & 4WD's are the most popular type of vehicles in Australia as they can be used for work, family, trades, road trips, & off-roading. They are considered safer than smaller cars and very fun to drive. But when they become dirty, it becomes nearly impossible to clean them due to their big sizes. However, our trained professional at Hot Ride Sydney can do the job for you. Simply call us, or book the Pre-Sale Detail - SUV/4WD online now. What takes you 2 days to complete, will take our expert detailers 4 to 5 hours, and each detail will be completed to perfection with a high attention to details. Do not hesitate, Hot Ride is Sydney's No'1 mobile detailing company. Few facts about cars: There is a small triangle icon next to the fuel icon on the dashboard of a car. This little triangular icon helps identify the side on which the gas door is. In older cars, this icon may not be present but it is available in most of the new generation cars. The world’s first ever speeding ticket was received by Walter Arnold when he was driving at four times the allowed speed – 2 miles per hour. This happened on January 28th, 1896 in Paddock Wood, Kent in England. One of the highest ever speeding ticket was handed over to a Swedish man in Switzerland for clocking at 180 miles per hour. The ticket cost him around £538,000. The speeding ticket in Switzerland is calculated based on the income of the offender. And indeed he must be a wealthy man to have been handed over such a hefty fine. Irvin Gordon from the United States is the person who has achieved the highest vehicle mileage ever in his 1966 Volvo 1800S. Driving his car on a daily basis, he covers (85,000–100,000 miles) per year. By 1 May 2014, he had driven 3,039,122 miles. Now that is the equivalent of nearly 120 complete circumnavigations of the planet. The world's lowest street-legal car at just 19 inches high was built by Perry Watkins of Buckinghamshire, England. The flatmobile has a ground clearance of just 2 inches. J Frank Duryea and Charles E Duryea are credited as being the first gasoline-powered commercial car manufacturers in the United States. The British traffic police carry teddy bears among their equipment to comfort children after a road mishap. The late M. Allen Swift of West Hartford, Connecticut, owned the 1928 Phantom I, S273 FP for 77 years. The car was gifted to him by his father on his 26th birthday. He was credited with owning his 1928 Rolls-Royce longer than any other Rolls owner

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13 Sebastian Avenue, Rosemeadow NSW, Australia

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