-Automobile Association of America (AAA), department of statistics

North American winters bring a lot of ice and snow-melting salt poured onto the roadways of the states that comprise what is known as the rust belt. While salt is an inexpensive and effective way to keep the roadways free of slippery winter buildup, the chemicals work their way up into the chassis of vehicles and promote the insidious destroyer of iron and steel known as rust. Road salt can also work its way into electrical connectors and cause problems. Salt doesn't just come from winter roads either. Salt in the air from the sea can rot radiators and wreck havoc on the steel and iron.

The map below shows the areas that are generally worst effected by rust. This is not to say that all vehicles in these areas are rusty and no vehicles in other areas are rusty, it is a general observation.

Where does source vehicles from?
Western USA; Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Nevada, Montana, Utah, Arizona and parts of Texas.

Can/do we ship cars out of other states?
Yes we can but we encourage a through inspection prior to purchase.

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