TIFFIN, OH — After facing a lawsuit that has since been settled, the Magic Tunnel Car Wash in Tiffin is now open for business.
“The service was SPECTACULAR! The wash was equally as great! Thanks Westgate for dropping your petty crap, totally worth it!,” one Facebook user said.
“The Magic Tunnel Express Car Wash tunnel is packed with the latest, most cutting edge car wash equipment available. Gentle Microfiber cloth and Neoglide foam ensure that your vehicle is safely and thoroughly cleaned. We use specially formulated, highest quality soaps and waxes to produce a finished product visibly better shine and protection,” said Roger Beck, owner of the car wash.
The car wash facility offers three price packages for single washes as well as a monthly pass option:
- $10 Single Wash or $19.99 Per Month for Unlimited Visits: wash, tire & wheel cleaner, power air dry, free vacuum
- $15 Single Wash or $29.95 Per Month for Unlimited Visits: wash, double soap, tri-color polish, tire clean, power air dry, under body flush with rust inhibitor, magic seal, glass & paint treatment, free vacuum, and tire shine
- $20 Single Wash or $39.95 Monthly Pass for Unlimited Visits: wash, 3-step shine & seal process with foam bath & hot carnuba shine, double soap, tri-color polish, tire clean, power air dry, under body flush with rust inhibitor, magic seal, glass & paint treatment, free vacuum, tire shine.
“I went today and its truly worth the great prices. I did the 29.99 unlimited and also vacuumed the car and washed the inside. Also the people are truly nice,” another Facebook user said of the business.
According to Seneca County Common Pleas Court records filed Thursday afternoon, the lawsuit against the car wash has been settled and dismissed, with costs to be paid by Tiffin Westgate Ltd.
The lawsuit, which was filed by attorneys Dean Henry of Behm & Henry LLC and Thomas J. Lee of Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP in Seneca County Common Pleas Court on behalf of Tiffin Westgate Ltd., was seeking to halt construction of the new car wash and remove anything currently there.
The lawsuit alleged Westgate would suffer “impaired sight lines, increased traffic problems, decreased parking availability, and an increased difficulty enforcing its right to control, via its right of consent, the construction of specific types of buildings and businesses with frontage along West Market Street.”
The terms of the settlement were not disclosed.