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Full service is a term that has many different uses. In general, the term implies that customers will receive the most attentive service or have access to the greatest number of services commonly offered.
A full service engineering firm indicates that all engineering disciplines and staff required to construct a building or complete a building project are housed within the same company. The included disciplines are: Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Plumbing Engineering.
A full service restaurant is one where waiters take food orders from customers seated at tables and bring food and beverages directly to the customer's table.
Full availability of requisite standardized industry amenities not limited to, but including the following: on-premise restaurants, room service, business center, concierge, fitness center, banquet halls, various room type selection (suites, etc.)
A full service car wash indicates that in addition to simple washing your vehicle, the attendants will wash the interior glass, vacuum the interior and clean the seats.
A full service vehicle filling station indicates that besides pumping fuel, the
An automobile repair shop (also known as a garage) is a repair shop where automobiles are repaired by auto mechanics and electricians.
The automotive garage can be divided into many categories. Some auto parts stores also maintain service operations. Examples include Pep Boys, Walmart, and Sears Auto Center.
There are also independently owned and operated businesses, and regional or national chains and franchises. Examples of chains and franchises include Midas and Firestone Complete Auto Care.
A third type of repair shop is the service departments of car dealerships. These shops are the only ones authorized to perform warranty and recall repairs by the manufacturers and distributors, except in the European Union.
Automobile repair shops often can be specialty shops specializing in certain parts such as brakes, mufflers and exhaust systems, transmissions, body parts, tires and automobile electrification, windshields, and oil changes. Examples include MAACO and AAMCO.
There are also independently-owned specialists who only work on certain brands of vehicles, such as European car specialists and BMW repair specialists.
Automotive repair shops also offer paintwork repairs to
Towing is the process of pulling or drawing behind a chain, line, bar or some other form of couplings. Towing is most visibly performed by road vehicles, but anything from waterborne vessels to tractors to people can tow cargo. Troop carrying and cargo carrying gliders were towed behind powered aircraft during WWII and remains a popular means for modern leisure gliders to take off. In the maritime industry in particular, towing is a refined science.
Almost any SUV, van, minivan, pickup truck, garden tractor or passenger car can be equipped to tow a trailer properly when given the correct equipment.
Most trailers fit into one of five categories:
There are many safety considerations to properly towing a caravan or trailer / travel trailer starting with vehicle towing capacity and ranging through equalizer hitches to properly and legally connecting the safety chains.
According to the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Association, more than 65,000 crashes involving passenger vehicles towing trailers occurred in 2004 in the US, jumping nearly 20 percent from the previous year.
In 2006, Master Lock did their annual study on towing safety to see how many Americans tow their
An electric vehicle charging station, also called EV charging station, electric recharging point, charging point and EVSE (Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment), is an element in an infrastructure that supplies electric energy for the recharging of plug-in electric vehicles, including all-electric cars, neighborhood electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids. As of June 2012, the United States has almost 8,000 public charging stations, of which about 2,000 are located in California; and Norway, the world's leader in electric car ownership per capita, has 3,239 free public charging points. As of December 2011, Japan had 800 public quick-charge stations, and China only 168 public charging stations.
As plug-in hybrid electric vehicles and battery electric vehicle ownership is expanding, there is a growing need for widely distributed publicly accessible charging stations, some of which support faster charging at higher voltages and currents than are available from domestic supplies. Many charging stations are on-street facilities provided by electric utility companies, mobile charging stations have been recently introduced. Some of these special charging stations provide one or a range of
A convenience store, corner store, corner shop, or bodega (in Spanish-speaking areas of the United States), is a small store that stocks a range of everyday items such as groceries, toiletries, alcoholic and soft drinks, tobacco products, and newspapers. Such stores may also offer money order and wire transfer services. They differ from general stores and village shops in that they are not in a rural location and are used as a convenient supplement to larger stores.
A convenience store may be part of a gas/petrol station. They may be located alongside busy roads, in urban areas, or near railway stations or other transportation hubs. In some countries, convenience stores have long shopping hours, some being open 24 hours.
Convenience stores are usually more expensive than regular grocery stores or supermarkets, which they make up for with greater convenience by existing at more locations and having shorter cashier lines.
Various types exist, for example: liquor stores (off-licences—offies), mini-markets (mini-marts) or party stores. Typically junk food (sweets, ice-cream, soft drinks), lottery tickets, newspapers and magazines are sold. Unless the outlet is a liquor store, the range
A restaurant ( /ˈrɛstərənt/ or /ˈrɛstərɒnt/; French: [ʁɛs.to.ʁɑ̃] ( listen)) is an establishment which prepares and serves food and drink to customers in return for money, either paid before the meal, after the meal, or with a running tab. Meals are generally served and eaten on premises, but many restaurants also offer take-out and food delivery services. Restaurants vary greatly in appearance and offerings, including a wide variety of the main chef's cuisines and service models.
While inns and taverns were known from antiquity, these were establishments aimed at travelers, and in general locals would rarely eat there. Modern restaurants are dedicated to the serving of food, where specific dishes are ordered by guests and are prepared to their request. The modern restaurant originated in 18th century France, although precursors can be traced back to Roman times.
A restaurant owner is called a restaurateur ( /ˌrɛstərəˈtɜr/); both words derive from the French verb restaurer, meaning "to restore". Professional artisans of cooking are called chefs, while preparation staff and line cooks prepare food items in a more systematic and less artistic fashion.
In Ancient Rome, thermopolia
A car wash (also written as "carwash") or auto wash is a facility used to clean the exterior and, in some cases, the interior of motor vehicles.
While there are many types of car washes, most fall into the following categories:
Mechanized car washes, especially those with brushes, were once avoided by some meticulous car owners because of the risk of damaging the finish. Paint finishes have improved as have car washing processes, and this perception of vehicle damage is much less today. However, this perception was the motive behind the rise of facilities utilizing "brushless" (cloth) and "touch-free" (high-pressure water) equipment, as well as modern "foam" washing wheels made of closed cell foam.
In today's modern car wash facilities, whether tunnel, in-bay automatic or self-serve, soaps and other cleaning solutions used are designed to loosen and eliminate dirt and grime. This is in contrast to earlier times, when hydrofluoric acid, a hazardous chemical, was commonly used as a cleaning agent in the industry by some operators. There has been a strong move in the industry to shift to safer cleaning solutions. Most car wash facilities are required by law to treat and/or reuse their