The increase in automobile corrosion problems stems largely from greater use of salts for ice and snow removal. Chemicals and water trapped in hidden cracks and crevices can continue to cause corrosion for long periods. This article, originally published in the December 1966 issue of ‘Materials in Design Engineering’, USA, describes what US automobile engineers are doing to beat the problem.
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