ford. Tuesday , November 15th , 2016 - 18:23:35 PM
In North America, the Ford Motor Company has started checking and testing their vehicles for long-term corrosion and rust resistance. This is done in the hot and dry climate of Arizona. Aside from this feat, the company is also testing their vehicles for the mentioned resistance not only in hot climates but also for a cold one.
Having your Ford serviced at an authorized Ford service center is the only way to keep its warranty. With your warranty still intact, you won't have to worry about any repair costs should any problems arise with your vehicle within the warranty period. Just make sure to follow your vehicle maintenance schedule rigidly.
Jeffrey Helms is the manager of the Materials and Development Release in the Ford Global Paint Engineering department. He says about corrosion, "There isn't much corrosion below freezing. Actually, the worst thing you can do your vehicle in the winter is to park it in your garage. When it warms up, the ice turns to water and carries road salt into various nooks and crannies where it starts to go to work on the vehicle's coating if it is not properly protected."
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