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I'm looking to buy a small van, e.g. Ford Transit Connect (LWB, high top). The plan is to use it as a small camper at weekends and drive it as my everyday vehicle during the week, so I need a reasonable...
Will the floor panels of a 1937 Fiat Topolino have any rust issues to be aware of?
I have a short wheelbase Volkswagen T5 campervan, but need something slightly larger with a high roof. I fancy a long wheelbase Ford Transit Custom. Transit did have a reputation for rust, so I would value...
With all the publicity about over complex, money pit, unfit for purpose cars - what do you recommend as a low tech alternative? I realise regulations don't permit this for a modern car, but what about...
I'm thinking of buying a Maserati Levante. I live a mile from the sea. Am I likely to be letting myself in for a lot of rust-related grief in a few years time? I was disappointed to learn that the manufacturer...
Have there been any reports of rusting on the Ford Transit Custom?
I own an 18 month old BMW 2 Series Active Tourer which has just had it's first service at 17,100 miles. I'm told that the rear brake pads are worn and need replacing (£275). Having owned many cars, I've...
I bought my Dacia Duster in 2014 with 28 miles on the clock. I now have major problems with rust in the boot and under the front passenger seat. I saw it on my first service and told the garage but it...
I purchased a Volkswagen Polo 1.2 new in May 2015 from a Volkswagen supplier and have had it regularly serviced with them. Early this year, after heavy rain, I noticed that on opening the rear passenger...
Since retiring, I use my car a lot less. When I went to have my two year old Toyota Yaris serviced at the main dealer, I was told the brake pads had rusted and scored the disc.The car has only done 3000...
 

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