Trucks collect a lot of muck on the road, from dirt to exhaust to bug carcasses. They’re also the most visible part of a trucking company, which means they have a big impact on company image. A dirty fleet conveys an impression of sloppiness or carelessness, which can affect how other motorists view your drivers on the road.
Fleet washing doesn’t affect only image, however; it’s also a safety and maintenance issue. Trucks that receive regular fleet washing are more noticeable to motorists, which helps keep your drivers safe. Plus, fleet washing makes it easier for mechanics to spot and address maintenance issues during inspections.
In addition to the usual dust and dirt, rail cars are particularly prone to graffiti, which can require some major cleaning. Because most whole-unit trains consist of 125 cars, washing them all can quickly become a burdensome and expensive job. Plus, many railcars only get cleaned when they’re brought in for maintenance and repairs.
A quality power washing company that offers cost-effective mobile railcar cleaning – preferably one that can also apply an anti-graffiti coating – can make the job faster, easier and less expensive.
Few vehicles pick up as much dirt and other gunk as the heavy equipment at a construction site. Too much grime can actually interfere with a machine’s ability to function, which means heavy equipment cleaning is essential to keeping a construction site running smoothly. Regular heavy equipment cleaning can also extend the life of equipment and help identify broken parts, fluid leaks and other maintenance issues.