Rust, or iron oxide for the main branches of chemistry, is caused by the action of oxygen on bare metal (especially steel on cars). As a result, the metal takes on a brown-red appearance and may ultimately lose its structural integrity and collapse, becoming brittle and layered.
So why is rust harmful to cars? Rust can destroy the metal in the body and frame of your car, usually steel, and lead to serious repairs to the structure, if left to your own discretion. A rusty wing can mean the allocation of money for a replacement, while the cost of repairing rust inside a frame or a solid body can easily exceed the cost of a car.
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