When we first started RVing, we had trouble getting the outside of our fifth wheel washed. When we found someone to wash the fifth wheel, it was expensive and inconvenient.
Ten years later, after switching to a motorhome, we found Blue Beacon Truck Wash.
We only wash on weekends and normally we wait for one or two trucks to finish before it is our turn. This Saturday morning, we got right in without waiting.
When it is your turn, the crew chief waves you in. You pull forward until signaled to stop. You get out of your vehicle. The crew chief asks if you want Rain-X, wheel treatment or towel drying. We always go for Rain-X.
Then you go to the office where you pay, drink coffee and wait for them to finish – 10 minutes tops. The crew chief comes and gets you when they are finished.
Both the motorhome and truck camper cost under $35 for a wash. We always tip the crews so they like RVers like us. We give the tip money to the crew chief to distribute to the crew.
Finally, we get into the truck and drive off.
It feels so good to be clean.