Care for car body in winter climate

oblivionOctober 23Report

I have a love-hate relationship with the salt trucks myself. Salt is bad for cars, damages the roads, stains your clothes and shoes, and the runoff isn’t good for plant life. But in the middle of an ice storm, when I’m going over a narrow 2-lane bridge, I’m pretty glad to see that they’re out and about. There are probably better alternatives, but you can bet that your city government will always choose the cheapest option.

I used to work in a factory that made microwave popcorn, and they’d donate their outdated salt to the local county for use in winter time.