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|TRUSTDale Tip of the Day: *Tips for Preventing Rust on Your Car in the Winter|
Rust has ever been the mortal enemy of the automobile. In the 1970s, cars typically had anywhere from a five to seven year life span to live out before drivers and passengers could begin counting potholes in the road by looking down at the floorboards. In recent years, advancements in paint technology and rustproofing have led to cars and trucks that simply don't rust as easily as they used to, but don't be fooled. Even the most well-built car on the road can find itself being eaten from within by corrosion, and once it's started, rust is nearly impossible to stop.
Rust begins to form when bare metal comes into contact with oxygen and water, and is hastened by the presence of large quantities of salt. In order to prevent rust, you have to begin by ensuring that there isn't any bare metal that oxygen and water can come into contact with. Take a look around the vehicle, looking for scratches or breaks in the paint where bare metal shows through. Use touch-up paint to cover these spots up.