What's new

Coinless Car wash

RAAOO7

New member
Joined
Aug 31, 2014
Messages
25
Reaction score
0
Points
1
Location
USA
Anybody thought about not accepting coins? Only bills and credit cards in bays/vacuums/vending?
 

Jeff_L

Well-known member
Joined
Dec 27, 2007
Messages
1,244
Reaction score
26
Points
48
Location
Missouri
I’ve been doing cc only for 15 months now. Love it! No more worries of break ins, damaging equipment, etc. Biz on self serve dipped at first, but now back up to normal. Automatics didn’t skip a beat.
 

OurTown

Well-known member
Joined
Nov 8, 2017
Messages
1,412
Reaction score
108
Points
63
Location
Dayton, Ohio
Anybody thought about not accepting coins? Only bills and credit cards in bays/vacuums/vending?

I believe boywonder on here has done that. With what is going on right now I'm glad we accept coins because they are easier to sterilize than bills. It is something that never really crossed my mind before.
 

swampdonkey

Member
Joined
Sep 13, 2007
Messages
351
Reaction score
2
Points
18
Location
Montana
What works for you. My number 1 thought @ my washes, make it easy for people to spend their money !
 

boywonder

Member
Joined
Sep 12, 2007
Messages
171
Reaction score
10
Points
18
I have not done it, but have thought about it. We are getting closer every year on going cashless, by choice of customer. I thought about it during this situation we all are in. Especially for a shelter in place situation, you would have some protection. Nothing will stop the criminals. Now that it is harder to deposit money in banks, its something that I have definitely thought about lately. I did hear of a story that some government agencies had considered cashless being discriminatory. Something to also consider.
 

OurTown

Well-known member
Joined
Nov 8, 2017
Messages
1,412
Reaction score
108
Points
63
Location
Dayton, Ohio
I have not done it, but have thought about it. We are getting closer every year on going cashless, by choice of customer. I thought about it during this situation we all are in. Especially for a shelter in place situation, you would have some protection. Nothing will stop the criminals. Now that it is harder to deposit money in banks, its something that I have definitely thought about lately. I did hear of a story that some government agencies had considered cashless being discriminatory. Something to also consider.


The original post was about going coinless not cashless. I thought you had done that but maybe I was mistaken.
 

Earl Weiss

Well-known member
Joined
Aug 31, 2007
Messages
5,235
Reaction score
86
Points
48
Here is a sample of my seperate Boxes. You could try a couple and see if there a re theft issues.
 
Top