Have you ever seen the undercarriage of your vehicle?
Chances are, especially if you live in the Northeast, that the metal of your vehicle’s undercarriage is deteriorating because of rust.
Rust, or iron oxide, is a type of corrosion which changes metal (steel) into a brittle, flaky substance which will eventually disintegrate. Unprotected metal starts to rust as soon as it comes in contact with moisture and oxygen. Additional factors, such as road debris, mud, and the chemicals sprayed in winter, will rapidly speed up this destructive process.