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Site Selection and Design: Turning radiuses

AKRON, Ohio — Turning radiuses are the primary component of poor site design.


AKRON, Ohio — Welcome to Professional Carwashing & Detailing’s (PC&D) first video series.

This first series of 10 videos will focus on the specifics of site selection and design.

In this video, Editorial Director Rich DiPaolo discusses the number one culprit in poor site design: turning radiuses.

According to DiPaolo, “If customers are having to make three-point turns on your lot, they will consider it an inconvenience and will most likely search for another local carwash that has better flow.”

Stay tuned for more of PC&D’s site selection and design videos.

This video is sponsored by ModernWash.

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