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Re: Rust Protection

> I did have other cars Ziebart'ed when I lived in southern New Hampshire. I
> found that: a) in order to keep warranty protection one had to have the
> rust proofing inspected every year after the 3rd year, b) application was

That is probably the most important thing about these rust protection 
thang. You need to get it inspected every so often to have the warrenty 
in place, which is somewhat pain in the neck most of the time. If your 
new car comes with it, then throw your hands in the air and accept it 
(but do haggle about the price -- most are several hundred over the 
dealer cost). If your new car doesn't come with one, I don't see any 
significant points to get one applied.

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