It comes to this every year: How do you measure the success of commercial car washing’s biggest annual event?
Like every other business, car washes face the challenges of keeping up with consumers’ changing habits, needs, and wants, not to mention advancing technology.
This month, its 15th day specifically, looms large on everybody’s calendar. It’s the day by which we all are obliged to account for our income and the portion we’ve shared with the rest of society.
I have wanted to give a relatively new express exterior car wash a try for some time. It was under construction about three years ago, just as I was moving out of the neighborhood.
The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), the trade group representing U.S. franchised new-car dealerships, is forecasting sales of 16.8 million new cars and light trucks in 2019. Sales topped 17.3 million units in...
he final column for 2018 held out the prospect of a changing fleet of vehicles making its way to the car wash in the coming years.
Developments in the auto manufacturing industry will impact the nature of the vehicles car wash operators can expect to frequent their facilities in the not too distant future.
I keep having second thoughts about the title for this column, given that it is being written the day after the Dow shed more than 600 points and the tech-heavy NASDAQ found itself in correction territory.
In mid-September, the International Carwash Association released a new study on Water Use, Evaporation, and Carryout in Professional Carwashes.
Within sight of Denver International Airport’s distinctive roofline there is a large service center surrounded by nothing but airport parking lots and innumerable rental car companies.
It seems counterintuitive to be fretting about the next recession right on the heels of the announcement of second quarter GDP growth of 4.1 percent
In their article, “Future Cars” (page 22 in this issue), authors Sebastian Wedeniwski and Stephen Perun explore the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI), cognitive machines, and cars.
I’m sure this happens to everyone who has been around the car wash industry for a while.
This is the sort of progress we can all root for. Two years ago, contrary to the expectations of many, The Car Wash Show in Nashville, TN drew close to 8,000 attendees,
Could two seemingly incompatible trends in car washing be vying for the upper hand? The industry is getting ever closer to full automation, while at the same time working to create a more retail look and feel for its customers.
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