under coating for new cars?

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  • 8 months ago

    Installed on the factory assembly line.

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  • 8 months ago

    Yesh, this is a good way to prevent rust.

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  • Jay P
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    8 months ago

    Y!A is a Q & A site and in order for this concept to work, you have to first ask a question.

    Simply stating "under coating for new cars" followed by a question mark is not really a question...

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  • g
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    Is a total waste of cash, Sandy.  

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  • 8 months ago

    Most modern cars made after 2006 have been made using galvanized steel, greatly reducing the risk of rusting. Galvanized steel has a coating of zinc on it, as zinc doesn’t react to oxygen in the same way as iron, allowing for the increased protection. Even the cars body is galvanized, so it’s pretty well protected against rusting. Fortunately, things like washing your car regularly, especially in inclement weather, can help reduce all sorts of corrosion. Automated car washes clean underneath cars, relieving it of dirt and debris. Overall, it’s a good idea to skip on the aftermarket rustproofing. More than likely, the treatment won't offer any extra protection. Even third-party rustproofing is a waste for the same reason. The tactics manufacturers use to combat this type of corrosion is all you will need to protect your precious new vehicle and will even extend into the life of a well cared for used car.

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  • Rick
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    8 months ago

    IF you live where they use salt on icy streets do it ..........

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  • 8 months ago

    What about it? That's not a question 

    • Sandy8 months agoReport

      what product would you use

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