About

Over the years, our car care services have expanded to include detailing, oil changes, state inspections, along with B-Quik convenience stores and fueling stations. Our growth has not stopped! After more than six decades of successful operations, we are proud to have 7 locations to serve the Baton Rouge area.  We’re excited to announce the opening of our newest express wash location on Lee Drive near Burbank in 2019!

The times, the technology, and the cars have changed, but the values of this family owned and operated establishment remain the same. We, along with our dedicated employees, look forward to serving you!

We’re proud to be a part of WaterSavers!

Benny's Start

Benny's Start

Prior to opening Benny’s Car, Truck, and Van Wash on Florida Street in Baton Rouge, we got our start at Pensacola Auto Wash in Pensacola, Florida. We owned this car wash until its sale in 2009, during which time Benny’s owned the oldest car washes in both Florida and Louisiana.

A little Hollywood screen time

A little Hollywood screen time

Benny’s second Baton Rouge car wash location on Plank Road can be seen in the 1982 movie The Toy with Richard Pryor.

Known around the world

Known around the world

Benny’s invented the “Modern Day Express Car Washing”, creating the concept of an all-inclusive car wash experience using an automated computer program. In 2001, the program was installed at our Perkins location and took 2 years to tweak and complete. Car wash owners from six continents have visited Benny’s to see how we run, and the automatic express wash commonly seen just about everywhere started at Benny’s.

Keeping It Clean

Keeping It Clean

It takes 80-90 gallons of water to wash one car in the tunnel. Water is collected, treated, and recycled, using about 35 gallons of fresh water. Washing your car at home uses an average of 20% more water. Every chemical used at Benny’s is biodegradable and all run-off is treated before entering the sewer system. Car wash solutions for home use are not always environmentally safe and are absorbed into the ground without being treated.

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