Cleanliness can play a large part in not only our physical well being, but our mental and emotional well being. Also, how we are perceived by others contributes to our social well being.
Q: Yeah, but my car is just a tool to get me from point A to B. I’m only in it for a short time each day, can a clean vehicle really make a difference?
A: Yes, it can!
On average in the U.S. we spend 101 minutes of drive time in our vehicle each day (study by Harvard Health Watch). In reference to this study, if one started driving at the age of 17 until reaching age of 80, the amount of time spent in a vehicle would be 37,935 hours or 798,000 miles. At 789,000 miles one could go to the moon three times! That’s A LOT of car time!
Q: Can keeping my vehicle clean increase my state of mind and productivity?
A: Yes! Take a moment to remember how you felt when a section of your home was transformed from clutter and disorder to organized and orderly. The same peace of mind can be felt when entering a clean car. Cleaning and organizing improves physical and mental health: can help you reduce stress, eat better, improve relationships, boost productivity, sleep better, and more (based on article by Paige Fowler- shape.com)
Often times we start and end our work day and other activities by being in our car. We may not always be able to control our workspace or other environments but with our home and cars we can do exactly that!
Q: How can I get the time and energy?
A: We can help with that! Keep your schedule and save your energy by allowing us to come care for your vehicle at a time and place convenient for you!