If your car was built at any point in the 21st century, you likely don’t have to worry about salt corrosion. However, it is still a good idea to keep your car free of salt or other grime that might accumulate on it during the winter season.

This is because road salt and other debris can become lodged in wheel wells or in the tailpipe each time that you drive. Even if it isn’t snowing while you’re driving, the road might still be covered by snow or slush from a previous storm. Furthermore, surfaces might be covered in sand or salt to keep them from freezing during periods of cold weather.

In addition to washing your car, it may be a good idea to add a coat of wax. Doing so can add an additional layer of protection for your vehicle’s paint job.

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