Mother Nature is trying to ruin your car from the second you drive it off the lot. Don’t feel bad, though, because anyone who drives a vehicle anywhere in the world faces some type of hazard. For example, those who live where it snows face the threat of road salt rusting their car’s undercarriage, while folks in Northeastern USA face the threats of acid raid corrosion and damage from temperature fluctuations.
Even those who live in near “perfect” weather situations, such as in California’s bay areas, must deal with sand and seawater forming a corrosive mixture that can clog air filters and even wear down brake pads! Fortunately, there are things car owners can do to mitigate, or even prevent, this kind of damage.
This infographic explores 15 common natural elements and hazards that pose a threat to cars of all kinds, and offers thoughtful solutions for battling each one. Good luck, and safe travels!
infographic by: www.alansfactoryoutlet.com