Tunnel Questions

What types of vehicles cannot go thru the car wash tunnel?

  • Dually (Dual Rear-Wheel) – too large for track
  • Vehicles over 7’7” Height
  • Vehicles with Tires over 13“ inches wide will not fit on the conveyor track.
  • Vehicles with Excess Mud
  • Vehicles with Bike Racks
  • Vehicles with after market modifications (See us)
  • Ford Raptors
  • Other vehicles at facility leader discretion

There are certain vehicles that we cannot accept due to after-market parts, bike racks, hitches, rust, age, and so on. If you are ever questioning your vehicle, speak to a team member onsite, before entering the wash.

Will my tire fit in the wash?

Our tunnel has a 7’7” clearance and fit most standard tire sizes. We encourage you to stop by to have our team take a look based on your vehicle’s specifications or add-ons.

In most cases, the following vehicles will not fit:

  • Ford Raptors
  • Conversion vans
  • Dually trucks (Dual Rear-Wheel)
  • H1 Hummer

We CAN wash limos!

Will my vehicle fit in the tunnel?

Our tunnel has a 7’7” clearance and fit most standard tire sizes. We encourage you to stop by to have our team take a look based on your vehicle’s specifications or add-ons.

In most cases, the following vehicles will not fit:

  • Ford Raptors
  • Conversion vans
  • Dually trucks (Dual Rear-Wheel)
  • H1 Hummer

We CAN wash limos!

Can my car go through with a rack?

For the safety of your vehicle and other cars in the tunnel, we are unable to wash cars with the following items:

  • Bike racks
  • Wheelchair racks
  • Damaged cars
  • Fuel pump tanks
  • Items in truck bed
  • Travel Carrier

Please consider removing these items prior to visiting our car wash.  There are some exceptions, so please see a crew member and we can let you know if we can wash you or not.

Why do I have to clean out my uncovered truckbed?

We are cleaning your vehicle, not cleaning it out.  Debris and other items can interfere with our wash process and plumbing, and can also pose a danger to the car behind your vehicle. This is especially true when items flip out or get tangled in brushes.  Lastly, when you get to our drying stage, air will lift everything out of your uncovered bed and pose a risk to our facility and the vehicle behind you.  (Imagine going through a tornado at the end).  We have been doing this for over 30 years and have seen a thing or two.

Completely empty and clean out your truckbed or cover it, or run the risk of being turned away.  Not sure? See an attendant before you visit.

Is my truck’s bed cover safe?

Most tonneau covers are safe to go through the wash, if they are tied down and properly connected.  Please check ALL your latches and connections before entering to avoid damaging your cover inside the tunnel.  If your truck is not covered, it must be clear, so nothing can get caught on our machines or lifted out in the drying stage.

Is my soft top/convertible safe?

Yes! We wash all kinds of convertibles, as well as Jeep wranglers with soft tops almost every hour.  Please make sure everything is latched, connected, and in working order. Not sure? See a crew member before you get in line.

If your soft top is ripping, falling apart, taped on, etc-  You are not totally out of luck! We can turn our powerful air dryers off to avoid more damage to your top, and at least give you a wash and clean you up.  You MUST see an attendant if your top is not in great condition prior to entering and we can let you know if you can enter, and  program the wash correctly for you.

How is tire shine applied?

Tire shine is applied inside the tunnel during the wash process, exactly at the drying stage.  A tire shine sign illuminates as you are receiving it.

Still have questions?

We want to provide our customers and communities with the best experience possible, so if you have any questions or concerns, we want to hear from you.

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