The expansion of a car wash in the town of North Platte, Nebraska could mean even more business for one of the few of its kind in the area. At least that’s what the owners of Super Suds Car Wash are hoping for. The NPTelegraph.com reports that construction on an addition to the small business should wrap up the first week of January.
The current facility offers automatic bays that are open six days a week. Once completed, the new car wash will be open for self-serve around the clock. The 24/7 business model will be the first like it in the area. The owners are also adding credit card machines to make it easier to pay for car washes when you don’t feel like looking for cash and change. Each of the four self-serve bays will also have dryers. Customers can pick from a variety of chemicals to wash their vehicles with depending on how dirty it is.
“We decided to open this due to the lack of availability in our community,” Owner Gary Jones said. “What we’re doing here will have credit card acceptors and will have a lot of features that none of the existing self-serve facilities have.”
Owner Gary Jones seems to know his local market pretty well. He knows for instance that while he’s not the only automatic wash, his will be the newest in the area once it’s finished. The last car wash was built in North Platte in 1994. Once it’s up and running, Super Suds Car Wash will be the only place open all day and night where you can use plastic to pay.