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Stay Put

ies_8Let’s face it, most of us really don’t like the cold. This fact only becomes more obvious the closer to the new year it becomes. Even in many parts of the country that are warmer than average for this month, the cold is starting to creep in. We all spend as little time outside as possible, and never want to leave the warmth of our homes. Even warming up our cars in the morning can seem like torture. Waiting for the time between getting in and having the heat actually kick on is excruciating. This becomes even worse if you need to scrape ice off of the windshield or brush snow off of the roof. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could just stay inside all the time?

Here at Neptune, we’re not huge fans of cold either. We would much rather make sure that you were able to say in your vehicles as much as possible if you can’t be at home where it’s nice and warm. That’s one of the reasons why we created our unique automated truck wash system. One of the main points that we have enjoyed in regards to our system is the fact that you can wash your trucks without ever setting foot out of them. You don’t need to worry about getting out of the warm area, possibly getting water on yourself, and then being stuck outside in the cold. We want to keep everyone as healthy as we can, which is why washing your truck fleet is important. However, we also won’t forget about you. By minimizing your time outside, especially with contact to water, will help to keep you healthy as well.

There are enough things that can cause illness around this time of year. Between the different strains of the flu that pop up each year, runny noses and allergies from the cold, and the stress of the holiday season our immune systems take a large hit. The ability to stay in the vehicle you are washing can help keep your body in a good shape. This way, your body and your fleet of trucks are both in tip top shape. We hope that everyone has a wonderful holiday season and stays healthy through it all. Take care, everyone!