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One-Third of Drivers Only Clean Their Car Once a Year [Survey]
For many of us, cars are like our second home. They’re our essential transportation for work, dropping the kids off at school, or a set of wheels for a weekend road trip. We spend so much time in our cars, in fact, that a survey from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that American drivers spend 17,600 minutes behind the wheel each year. That’s equivalent to seven...more
By Mark Elias, Market Watch
Some surfaces in your car’s interior can be damaged by certain cleaners—here are some tips:
It is impossible to turn on the television, radio, see a newspaper or talk with a neighbor without hearing about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). What is it and can it make your vehicle sick?
We at Kelley Blue Book want to help you make informed decisions on what the best practices are to keep your vehicle as clean as possible while...more
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
People who are known or suspected to have COVID-19 may use non-emergency vehicle services, such as passenger vans, accessible vans, and cars, for transportation to receive essential medical care. When transporting a known confirmed positive passenger, it is recommended that drivers wear an N95 respirator or facemask (if a respirator is not available) and eye protection such as a face shield or goggles (as long as they do not create a driving...more
By Carmen Poe | WAFB
Doctors at Baton Rouge General say while you’re busy sanitizing all the hotspots, don’t forget your car.
A quick trip to the car wash and the outside of vehicles look like they just rolled off the lot but what about the inside.
“I feel like it should be disinfected all the way around,” said Jana Joiner, a nurse.
The good thing for this nurse on the front lines is the workers at Benny’s Car Wash think so, too. Employees who...more