The Range Rover owner hoped they would return with a spotless vehicle. Instead, they left with a significant repair bill for the SUV's damage.
This Range Rover's owner will be perplexed.
What ended up being a standard outing to the nearby vehicle wash wound up in disaster.
They have been left with a significant repair bill rather than a clean vehicle.
This is how the drama played out, before we discuss the harm done.
In the video, the dark Reach Wanderer should be visible inside the programmed vehicle wash.
Assuming you've at any point been to one of these vehicle washes, you'll know that there's generally some sort of sign of where your vehicle ought to be situated.
You then shift your vehicle into park or neutral, depending on whether it is manual or automatic.
Turn off any automatic wipers and close any windows that are open or doors that are slightly ajar at this point.
The Range Rover owner's situation begins to deteriorate at this point.
The system's rollers are seen moving along the vehicle's roof in the video.
The SUV's electronic tailgate opens at this point, and how it happened we have no idea.
The system's rollers move down the rear of the Range Rover until they reach the bumper before moving back up.
You can witness what might be said about's to straightaway, as the rollers give the vehicle's trunk a profound clean prior to snaring underneath the back end.
The tailgate was then lifted upward by the force of the rollers, causing it to fold over at the hinges.
The Range Rover was basically opened like a can of sardines by the rollers.
We don't know if there is any more damage as the video ends here.
We just hope that the machine realized something wasn't right and turned off its power to stop any more damage.
The Range Rover owner will probably just hand wash their vehicle at home the next time.