I was thinking the same thing, but a lot of people on this board seem to have a lot of problems with going through automated car washes.My previous car was a silver 06 Civic so I was able to get away with not washing it during winter because dirt wasn't so noticable on it. My pearl white Sonata
is a different story. I'll probaby just go to a car wash instead of doing it myself.
UGH - Buffalo winters are really nasty on cars. The thought of my new baby with salt stains?? EEK.What do you guys do during the winter time? Do you just end up going the whole winter without a wash?
Same thing I do in the summer, take my car through touchy touch automatic car wash for $4.99. I hope the people on the board realize that this is no classic or exotic car, After all this is a Hyundai! :whistling:I was thinking the same thing, but a lot of people on this board seem to have a lot of problems with going through automated car washes.
This probably wont set many people's minds at ease, but when it gets brutally cold to where it doesnt snow anymore, having salt on your car when its dry out doesnt actually hurt anything.i just hate the feeling of knowing that my car is covered in salt. This winter will be interesting with the new car and all.
Everyone should be happy they don't live in a small town like Orangeville 1 1/2 hours northwest of Toronto where they spread sand over the road in the winter :crying: