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Hot Ride | Mobile Pre-Sale Detailing

Pre-Sale Detail - Van

We make you see the difference

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

Service Description

Vans can easily loose their value in the market when they are dirty, as it gives the impression to the buyer that the van is not properly maintained and taken care of. With Hot Ride Sydney, we make you see the difference after the detailing procedure is done. The Pre-Sale Detail option takes care of your van's interior, exterior, engine bay and headlights. Your van will look almost like brand new . Do not hesitate, and let us do all the hard job for you. Why selling your vehicle for a cheap price simply because it is dirty? Book our Pre-Sale Detail service online or email us if you would like to know further information. Hot Ride is your best mobile car detailing company in all Sydney NSW. Interesting car facts you might want to know: Opened in 1907, Brooklands, 2.75 miles long, was the world's first purpose-built motor racing circuit. The first Japanese car sold in the U.K. was a Daihatsu Compagno. Did you know that 16% of all car owners never wash their cars? According to a source, London is the most expensive city in the world to park a car. It is illegal to slam a car door in Switzerland after 10 PM. This law is just about not disturbing other people from the sound of the cars door closing. Did you know the meaning behind some of the famous car logos? Let’s consider Toyota’s logo for example. The company’s logo has three overlapping ovals. The inner two ovals form a stylized T and a steering wheel. The outer most oval represents the world embracing Toyota. Can you figure out the name of the automobile company that has four overlapping rings? You guessed it right, it is Audi. The company’s logo has a set of four overlapping rings that depict the four companies the names of the four original companies that Audi is formed from. Earlier they used to have the name of the individual company’s name in the ring but that has disappeared in the last few years. The iconic three-pointed star of Mercedes-Benz is a representation of the company’s dominance in three places: the sea, air, and land. Another impressive car logo which has drooled the hearts of millions of people globally is the Ferrari logo. The horse emblem with a bright yellow color in the background came to existence when Enzo Ferrari was asked to paint a prancing horse on his vehicles to honor fighter pilot and World War I hero Count Francesco Barraca, who painted a similar horse on his plane. In 1916, 55% of all the cars in the WORLD were Model T Fords. This record has never been broken.

Contact Details


13 Sebastian Avenue, Rosemeadow NSW, Australia

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