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My hub is having problems with rust on the van doors and the undersides. He's been told by three different repair guys that this van really wasn't made for cold weather states.Is this a common problem?Has anyone else had this problem? Other than that, he loves his van!

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Any car that is around cold weather is really not the problem, it's the salt and sand that they put on roads during ice storms. This stuff will eat a car up. It's the same way around real salty beaches. Not saying cold isn't a factor but these others are the worst factors.

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