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to Pose Challenges
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WITH THE HELP of an operator-led
working group, International Carwash
Association regularly monitors new car
technologies and their potential impact
on the professional car wash industry.
We have previously reported on our outreach to automobile manufacturers about
the challenges that new safety systems
can pose for car washes, particularly the
conveyor segment. (See the ICA Blog at
carwash.org.) There is a high degree of
variability in these systems, and disabling
them can be difficult (or even impossible) for both car owners and car wash
In late 2015, 10 major auto manufacturers, through the Insurance Institute for
Highway Safety, announced their intention to make collision avoidance systems
available as standard equipment on all
car, truck and SUV models they sell.
This decision was encouraged and supported by the National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration. But, early this year,
safety organizations began objecting to the
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Car Wash - Spring 2016
Letter from the ICA
Meet the Board
By the Numbers
Keeping it Clean
When in drought
Reducing your environmental footprint
Will sympathetic pricing draw customers?
Women in Car Wash
Make money, work with friends
Should the customer have a say in employee pay?
Women in Car Wash
Hear and be heard
ICA Annual Report
Creating exceptional managers
When professional contacts get personal
Ten tips for transforming your teams
Becoming an employer of choice
Show me the money
ICA launches new series of events for car wash professionals
CAR WASH Magazine wins award
Take a Tour
Focus on a Member
Blast from the Past
Car Wash - Spring 2016