Rust proofing your car is easy with the right products.Today's vehicles are manufactured with good corrosion protection … rust problems have almost vanished in modern vehicles," Consumer Reports says its annual auto surveys show. "Standard rust-through warranties for most domestic and imported vehicles run five years or more." You can buy rust proofing products from noxudolusa.com and you can rust proof your car by yourself
You can if you want to
It's very easy to install car DVD players for yourself, as long as you have a working knowledge of car wiring.
remove any rust, buy a good quality rust prevention products eastwood.com has some good ones, apply a liberal amount where water can seep in and cause rust.
You can only sell a car if it is titled in your name or if you have paid for the title with intentions to resell and have proof of purchase to protect yourself.
Car magnets doesn't cause rust.
car radiators used to be made of copper, copper doesnt rust. most radiators are now made from aluminum.aluminum also does no rust
Yes. If your car is being repoed, you should make it easy for yourself and cooperate with them.
It is not easy. You may want to get a manual on your car from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM and it will tell you how.
rust can dissolve the metal on ur car then ur car can fall apart and it will wreck your paint
If you are new to the concept of car rust, http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-protect-your-car-from-rust.html is a great article on a beginner's guide to it.
its under the car by the gas tank easy to get to from the back of the car.
That is a great question, you will have to sand it off and use some of those poly type kits to repair it. It is not an easy task.
You cannot "sell" a car without the title because the title is proof of ownership. Without the title the buyer can't register and insure the car.
The best way to remove rust from a chrome with bodywork is to take your car to an autobody shop. They are the best people that can remove rust from chrome.
When salt and water and air combine, it accelerates the oxidation, therefore making the car rust faster :)
There is no rust remover that going to repair the rust that has accumulated on a car for that long. It will be best to have the floor repaired by a professional.
You can find rust removing options for your car by buying the polish spray in department stores and you can find it at the nearest car dealership. Hope this helped you.
If you have actual proof that items were missing when your car was impounded you can show the proof to the judge that is hearing your case. If you do not have proof, and already signed the paper releasing your car there is not much you can do.
If you are looking to do something such as fix car rust it is a good idea that you leave this kind of thing to a professional because if you do not do it properly it can mess your whole car up.
Sand blasting works.
Many many sites answer this. Check out some of them: http://www.therustdoctor.com/?gclid=CIib2fzOwLMCFexAMgodfzoA5w http://www.wikihow.com/Remove-Rust-from-a-Car
You must cut out all rust, because rust does not stop it continues to grow, please do not just cover it up because it will come back again. The questioner is asking: How do you refurbish a well used car? and telling you that the car has rust all over. It would seem that the first thing to do is replace the parts that are rusty.
I do not know of any spray products that make a car bullet proof, but there is bullet-proof plastic that form to fit the window type of a certain car, and some bullet proof glass.