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Vehicle Washing

Mobile Truck Washing Business Expands

Each Fleet Clean rig is equipped with its own water, generator, pressure washers, soap dispensers, brushes, tools, and water reclamation equipment, with customers only needing to supply the dirty vehicle.

L.A. County Supervisor Vehicle Use Questioned

The Los Angeles County supervisors have been washing their take-home cars up to three times a week despite a crippling California drought, and one supervisor has been using two vehicles, according to several media reports.

Hand Balm

The Hand Stuff is an all-natural hand balm that's designed to nourish and replenish the skin of dry, cracked, chapped, and damaged hands for fleet technicians.

Calif. Cities Cease Washing Cars During Drought

The cities of Malibu, Santa Monica, and Burbank have agreed to stop washing their fleet vehicles to help save water at a time when California is experiencing one of the worst droughts in the state's history.

Monmouth County to Implement ‘Green’ Truck Washes

FREEHOLD, NJ - Monmouth County plans to eventually have four truck washes that comply with new state Department of Environmental Protection stormwater regulations, with municipalities invited to use the washes on a shared-services basis.

Keeping Government Vehicles Clean

Keeping public sector fleet vehicles clean can be costly. However, strategies are available to help reduce costs and promote individual responsibility.