You Didn’t Buy a Yellow Car. Why Are You Driving One?

You got 99 problems, and pollen is definitely one.

‘Tis the season for tons of pollen. And part of that means terrible allergies for a lot of people. The other part of that means that all of a sudden, everyone is riding around with a yellow-ish glow on their cars and for some reason, it’s extremely irritating. Unless your car is already yellow.

We can’t help with your allergy problems because we’re not doctors. But we do have some advice on how to deal with the pesky pollen problem that’s taking over your car.

For those who don’t know, pollen on a microscopic level looks like a little spiky ball and it uses prongs to hold on to whatever it feels like holding on to, like your car for example. The pollen sitting there won’t do anything to harm the paint on your car. It’s when you try to remove it that you can run into problems.

You Absolutely Should Not: Wipe the pollen off. Those little prongs clinging to your car will just be dragged along your beautiful paint and your car will end up looking a little less shiny as you leave little microscopic scratches.

You Can: Just hose your vehicle off at home or at the car wash. It won’t remove the pollen completely, although it may look like it, but it’s quick and easy and won’t damage the paint.

Best Solution: Give your car some TLC and give it a real car wash with soap, water and a little bit of a scrub. The soap and water will loosen the pollen so it’ll make the sponge or the car wash much safer on your car’s paint. But there’s a problem with this too.

Whether you wipe the pollen off, hose it off, or give it a good ol’ bath, there’s nothing preventing the pollen from showing up a few hours later (unless there’s some pollen repellent out there we don’t know about.) So even if you do go through the safe method of washing your car at home or bringing it through the car wash – to do it on a daily basis is going to drive up your water bill or you’re going to be spending a lot of money at the car wash. And this is where we come in.

What you’ll see when you’re taking advantage of your free car wash.

When you purchase a new or pre-owned vehicle from Jeff Gordon Chevrolet in Wilmington, NC, you get the great benefit of getting a FREE CAR WASH whenever you want, for as long as you own that vehicle! So when you’re on your way to work, on your way home from work, on your lunch break, you can just drive your car through our car wash and be on your way with a pollen free car, which is the way its supposed to be. And there’s more. With Chevy Truck Month and the Chevy Open House Event, you can save thousands on almost every vehicle on the 2014 Chevy lineup. And with the Zer0% Event, qualified buyers can take advantage of 0% APR financing on all GM Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles including Chevrolet, Buick, GMC models.

All new Chevrolet’s and GM Certified vehicles also come standard with Complete Care which includes 2 years/24,000 miles of free vehicle maintenance! That means you get free oil changes and tire rotations for two years! However, if you’re looking for something a little less expensive, click here to shop our pre-owned vehicles under $15,000. And, of course, we saved the best incentive for last; When you purchase a vehicle from us, you don’t just become another customer, you become a part of the Jeff Gordon Chevrolet Family so you can be rest assured that we’ll be there for you long after the sale. And because we can ship any vehicle right to your front door, we have family members all over the country! If that’s not reason enough, click here to read why else you should buy from Jeff Gordon Chevy.

OHE TM Zero CollageFor more information on current offers, available inventory, or pollen, call the internet sales hotline at (910)798-2650 or (888)261-0090. Or, feel free to fill out the contact form below with your questions!

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