Wareham is about to get a state-of-the-art car wash that includes some automatic freebies to help keep your car sparkling.

Like you, I have walked out to my car in the last few weeks and it was no longer black but more of a pollen-yellow.

I'm definitely one to stop and drive my car through a wash. There is nothing like watching your car get clean in one of those tunnels. It's totally zen.

Reign Car Wash will be located on Cranberry Highway in East Wareham at a pretty key intersection and just blocks away from Water Wizz.

It's set to open in early July, prime car wash season. You won't need to worry about looking for quarters for the vacuums, either. Those are always free at this wash, along with floor mat washing.

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This bad boy happens to be one of the longest conveyor-style car washes in the area, coming in at 150 feet in length. It also has a license plate reader, so if you sign up for a wash package all you'll need to do is drive up for access.

Director of Operations Jacob Mercier, obviously proud of the place, said:

"Reign Car Wash is unequivocally the most advanced, state-of-the-art and highest-quality car wash in New England."

Look at how futuristic it looks.

The business will mimic the location already open in Cranston on Warwick Avenue.

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Mercier said friendly and positive customer service sets his business apart. That means providing assistance from start to finish and even handing lollipops or pet treats to passengers.

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