Spray undercoating is your first line of defense between the elements and your car’s metallic underside. Unfortunately, this coating wears out over time. As a result, it leaves oil pans, suspension arms, and metal components vulnerable to rust. What if your car is new, do you need it? How often should you use it?
Does Your Car Need Spray Undercoating?
Indeed, all vehicles don’t require spray undercoating. Thus, there’s no need for you to pay extra for a winter package being offered by most dealerships. The package includes the spraying of undercoating across the car’s undercarriage. When it’s cured, the undercoating can help your car resist rust and oxidation.
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