We go to great lengths to ensure our wash is the best around. While our tunnel is very safe and accessible to almost every type of vehicle, we are not responsible for:
Previously chipped, cracked, or damaged window(s) or windshield
Any area on your vehicle that is loose, rusted, cracked, previously damaged or dented
Previously chipped or cracked paint
Aftermarket parts, modifications, or accessories
Glued on spoilers
Spare tire covers
Novelty front license plates or any license plate frames
Temporary license plates
Vehicles aged 10 years or older as of current calendar year
What We Can't Wash:
Vehicles taller than 86˝ (7ft 2in) (measure on driver side from ground to tallest point on vehicle)
Vehicles wider than 72˝ (6ft) (inside driver side tire to outside passenger side tire)
Vehicles with excessive or caked on mud and/or grass, snow or ice
Vehicles with offset wheels
Trucks with uncovered beds that have anything loose in the bed (trash, straps, tools, hitches, etc.)
Trucks with tailgates in the open position
Trucks with dual rear tires
Vehicles with tires wider than 13"
Vehicles with flaking rust or perforated metal
Vehicles with winches on the front
Vehicles with sharp items protruding from the front
Vehicles with permanently affixed, tripod-style mirrors
Trucks/vans with ladders or accessories on the side
Vehicles that sit less than 5” off of the ground
Vehicles with bike racks, wheelchair lifts or any rear-mounted rack
SNOW & ICE POLICY:
At Clearwater, the safety of your vehicle is our #1 priority. In a very close 2nd place, is the safety of our equipment. In order to maintain its safety, we may need to turn your vehicle away due to a variety of hazards. One of them is snow & ice. If your vehicle has what we would qualify as “excess” snow or ice, you may be turned away.
This includes but is not limited to snow and/or ice:
- behind tires or packed in wheel wells & mud flaps that can fall into & damage our conveyor chain
- in a truck bed, creating or covering potential fly-out hazards.
- on the roof of your vehicle that can fly off into our equipment & vehicles in front of or behind you
Feel free to come back as soon as the hazards we note are clear!
Truck Bed Policy:
We are always looking out for the safety and best interest of our customers. One thing we have learned is that having any items in your truck bed is dangerous. It’s dangerous to our wash and brushes, your vehicle and any vehicles that come in behind you. If you are in line and our seller inspects your truck bed and relays our policy to you, it is for the safety of everyone that you pull to the side and remove the items, or return later with the items removed from your bed.
We will allow certain items that are permanently affixed (bolted) to the truck bed, including tool boxes, spare tires, fuel tanks (with hoses securely restrained), and 5th wheel/bed mounted hitches.
This list is not comprehensive, please ask a wash attendant for more information regarding your vehicle.