Cars cost a lot of money and no one wants to lose one. It is because of this that many people buy insurance policies in a bid to protect their investment. Losing a car in an accident is not a pleasant thing, however it would also be just as terribly if you had to lose your car to something as preventable as rust, sadly this does happen. Car corrosion accounts for more than half of the structural problems encountered by car owners. This is because the effects of the rust are hardly solitary. They might start on a little area but over time, their effect will become broader and more severe. Rust has been known to completely destroy the entire frame of a car, weakening the panels of the doors, hoods and chassis. In the most severe cases, the only way of addressing the stem of rust is by replacing the affected car parts with new or used auto parts.