Seen on several billboards along the Indiana Toll Road, near the Ohio border. It seemed to be trying to attract people to drive vehicles for pay (trucks? RVs? probably trucks).
I assume “no Canada” means as it says: drivers don’t have to go to Canada. I’d imagine that clearing customs etc is a wait and a hassle, so that might be a selling point.
As for no washing, does this mean that drivers ordinarily wash their own trucks, but this company is going to have other people do it instead? I kind of doubt it means that the vehicle will never be washed at all, but then again, what do I know?
Googling turns up a handful of results, which suggest that “no washing units” might be a fuller phrase–but nothing that answers my question about what it actually means, and my curiosity is piqued.
Fight my ignorance, please! Thank you.