- Posted January 27, 2014 by
Buffalo, New York
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Eric Gray, Buffalo, NY Offers "Quick Clean" Mobile Car Wash and Oil Change
“For a lot of drivers, getting their oil changed is very low on the list of priorities, though it should not be,” said Eric Gray, Buffalo, NY entrepreneur. “Drivers need to be able to get their oil changed on a whim, in the very moment they realize that they are coming up on 3,000 miles between oil changes.”
According to Gray, the combination of car wash and oil change creates an opportunity for drivers to take care of two necessary, but frequently overlooked, components of vehicle maintenance.
“Living in Western New York, it is especially important to have your car washed on a regular basis,” said Gray. “The removal of the built-up road salt is imperative to proper car function. Too many people do not realize the damage that salt can do to many of the car’s major components if left unchecked.”
The Quick Clean service is designed in such a way that drivers are able to come in to Gray’s shop without an appointment and have their car washed and their oil changed in an expedited manner. The service is, according to Gray, incredibly convenient because it does not require any advance planning, and it allows drivers to take care of these maintenance issues without having to alter their schedule or routine.
“On that day when someone gets up a little earlier than usual, or gets out of work a little earlier than usual, we will be here waiting to help them take care of their vehicle maintenance needs,” said Gray. “The whole idea is to offer a convenient and necessary service that makes driver’s lives a little bit easier.”