Why does a car rust faster in seaside locations? Even though we know that water can trigger rusting, car owners that live near the ocean typically find that their cars are prone to rust much earlier than cars that are located in places that are not seaside. However, it is not just the water that triggers the rusting in these seaside locations, it is the combination of the moisture in the air (water) and salt in the air from the ocean water. Water and salt can each lead to rusting on their own.


Therefore, it is not a surprise that the combination of water and salt in the seaside air can lead to a car rusting faster.  Visit Rust Guard today so we can rust proof and bust that rust on your car!