During the winter season, the car body is increasingly exposed to the environment – mixtures of sand and salt, and other reagents. And if the car has the slightest sign of corrosion, it can be a big problem by spring. A small area of rust in winter conditions can progress up to eight times. So it would be important to think about these things just before winter.
Even in the most prudent driving, the car’s anti-corrosion coating is damaged in winter (sand and stones from the wheels are thrown against the surface with great force, in winter special damage is caused by a mixture of sand and salt spread on the roads), so this coating must be checked once a year. And the change of season is the most suitable period for that.