Watertown, Massachusetts – Express Cars is proud to launch its car waterboarding service in the United States.
The company, which operates waterboarding, body slamming and other interrogation techniques, has already been able to operate in Canada and the United Kingdom, but it will be the first US car waterboarders to offer it to the public.
“This service is unlike any other in the US.
We can offer this to the American public in an absolutely safe, humane and legal way,” Express Cars President and CEO David Schulte said.”
We’ve been using this method for years in our service, and it has been proven to be a safe, effective and effective method to interrogate people, but also to get a more objective view of their behavior and their history.”
Our car waterboards are so simple to use that even the most inexperienced driver is able to master them,” he added.
Express Cars uses a waterboarding machine that consists of a metal pole and two metal rods.
A plastic rod is placed on top of the pole and connected to a plastic cup and a small plastic bucket filled with water.
A hood is attached to the pole, which can be lowered into the water.
The hood is secured with a padlock.
Once the hood is lowered, the waterboarder is placed in the water and placed into a kneeling position facing the pole.
A metal bar is placed over the top of his head, and the water is poured into the cup.
Once the water has reached the waterlogged area on the pole it is pushed through the water into the bucket.
The water is then pushed through a hole in the hood and out into the waiting car.
When the water stops, the hood will open and the hood can be pulled off the pole so that the hood does not come off.
The car can be parked in front of the water tank to collect the water from the hose.”
In the car water, you’re not touching the hood, you just are standing right behind it,” Schulten said.
The car water can be stored for up to four hours.
The American public is invited to sign up to use the service and get their first experience of the new technique.
Schulte also said that the car will not be sold in the U.S. or Canada.
Express has been offering the service since 2014, and in October 2017, the company became the first American company to offer the method to the general public.
Express plans to offer car water boarding in more than 50 cities across the US and Canada, with the service to begin in the spring.
The Boston-based company, based in Watertown Massachusetts, has been selling waterboarding to the U, UK and Canada for nearly two decades.