Sadly, some might say, the winter season is back every year in our area which means you need to warm up your car in the morning before driving on those icy roads. Salt and sand mixture is used to keep your travel safe. But salt and moisture can cause major negative effects on the cars body and undercarriage. Our harsh winter is a perfect environment for rust and corrosion to form and thrive.
You need to take extra care of your car during the cold season. If you don’t you car will eventually rust which is comparable to cancer for an individual. It can be treated but it’s expensive and sometimes there’s no turning back.
Your car needs our undercarriage rust protection service before the first snowflake falls.
We keep the rust away and protect your investment by providing a dripless formula rust proofing your car. We also give additional attention to the fuel and brake lines because these parts of the car are more likely to be affected by rust and corrosion. Your car would be unsafe should they fail. We don’t want that to ever happen to you.
Our Undercarriage Car Rust Protection Service Includes:
- The goal is to completely seal the undercarriage
- We carefully force spray under the car
- We also spray inside the doors and rocker panels
- This forms a water repellant barrier and prevents rust formation
Keep your car rust proof by bringing your car in for an Undercarriage Car Rust Protection at Peter’s Auto Centre.
A few tips on protecting your car from rust caused by salt:
- Get the car’s undercarriage sealed as discussed above
- Keep your car as clean as possible will reduce the damage done by salt and sand
- Take your vehicle to the car wash as often as possible
The Centre for All Your Car Needs
Peter’s Auto is the centre for all your car needs with over 26 years of experience in repairing a variety of cars along with up to date mechanics and equipment. Our knowledgeable and helpful staff will take care of all your auto service and repair needs.
Our shop is located in Kitchener, ON. We proudly serve the following areas: Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph.