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03/02/2017
By: Evelyn' V.
Motor City Car Wash, 3 locations Palm Beach county
If you want your car cleaned and all GO TO MARK (ITALIAN MARK) because their is two.. he is amazing cleaned up and waxed and did the extra mile he's awesome only good one out of the few!! He's my GO TO!!
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06/24/2015
By: pokeyboop
Zips Car Wash
I have always gone to Zip's for past few years. Yesterday I was deeply dissappointed. They no longer brush the front of your car before it goes in. The front hood of my car still had spots. As I looked around the car, the back trunck still had spots. When I got home, I had to re-wash my car in 90 degree weather., I will never go there again. Don't waste your money. The free vacuum is not worth it! You can't go through again as you have to pay again and there is no one to talk to there if you have a problem like this. The guy taking the cars in could care less. He does nothing but wave you in. Even my side view mirrors were still dirty. My car is white and a 2014. No excuse for this poor service and rip-off of customers!
11/02/2014
By: Pedro C.
Motor City Car Wash, 3 locations Palm Beach county
I took car #1 to VIP car wash, what a mistake, after I took car #2 to Motor City, both received the same package of $24.99, the car that went to Motor City finish was MUCH better than the other car that went to VIP, I will take all our cars to Motor City for car washed in the future.
04/19/2014
By: Richard P.
Motor City Car Wash, 3 locations Palm Beach county
Not the greatest. I go to Main Street Car Wash over on the east side of town on Boynton Beach Blvd mostly. I give Motor City 3 stars and Main Street I give 5 stars.
05/20/2013
By: gs_word
Motor City Car Wash, 3 locations Palm Beach county
When I need my car washed, this is where I go. They have a VIP card which is an awesome plus.My only complaint (which is why I gave 4 stars) is that their waxes have gone a little down hill from when they first opened. I dont know if I have gotten unlucky the last couple times, but wax has still been left on and not fully buffed away. Also, the bug crap on the front of my car hasn't been taken off the last few times my car has been washed.Maybe they just have new lazier employees, but hopefully it goes back to the place I loved. Overall, they are still great, but they just need to go back to the level of quality I am used to.
Tips & Advices
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