Which cars usually rust
• What kind of cars most often rusting
The car body is one of the most important and expensive of its elements. Unfortunately, even in the age of automobile autopilots and motors, not every machine boasts impressive features of this relatively simple structural member. This is because the metal body in a number of cars starts to rust quickly.
How, where and why
Corrosion of metal - is a natural process which gets its development as a result of contact of metal, water, and oxygen. The longer contact occurs substances listed in one place, and the higher the likelihood of the onset of oxidation. Formed in one spot, rust gradually eats into the metal, and very soon the real hole can appear there.
Most often, corrosion is formed where the water is stagnant for a long time. These are places with poor ventilation. Also rust very quickly it appears in those places where the metal is formed open. Practice shows that most "rusty disease" manifests itself on the wheel arches, the trunk lid, the edge of the door sills, bottom (primarily at the rear of the car), a plastic bodywork, as well as in various cracks and drainage channels.
What car are at risk of
In our time, manufacturers are taking a number of measures to protect the car body from rust. The first and most important line of defense is of course the paint. Galvanizing body also largely capable of providing long-term protection. Nevertheless, it is important to understand that the speed and likelihood of rust development including affects the quality of steel used for the production of the body. If was set in motion low-grade steel, especially with high slag content, the protection of such a body would be extremely difficult.
As for the specific car, everything is very much subject to change on the specific model generation and assembly of car seats. So, for example, we were not the best way previous generations, "Japanese", first of all Mazda and Honda. Traditional problems with bodywork and paintwork have domestic cars. At the same time, good things are in such European brands as Renault, Peugeot and VW. Surprisingly good results in recent years, show cars produced in China.
What to do
First of all, when choosing and buying a car should know whether his body is galvanized. If not, what should be done galvanizing. Secondly, you should always keep your eye on the state of paintwork, as well as the most vulnerable to corrosion sites. Third, the machine must be cleaned regularly, including during the winter. Taking into account national specifics, in winter the car should be washed first. If rust has already appeared, it comes in the principle: "the sooner the better." Once a hotbed of rust is detected, it must be removed by treating the converter. Problem areas should be primed and painted.