How To Prevent Water Leaks In Your Car

Though we are known as the Sunshine State, Florida gets more than its fair share of rain. Lately, we’ve had torrential rains across the state. We have been receiving calls from our clients, telling us about the mysterious water leaks in their trunk and on the floor mats.

Leaving your windows and sunroof open during a thunderstorm is an apparent cause for a wet car interior. However, what about when the windows are all closed? How can your car get wet on the inside when the trunk is closed, the windows are up, and the doors are locked? It may be due to the car’s drainage system getting filled with debris; resulting in water leaks. Like a gutter on your roof that’s backed up with leaves, water may seep into ordinarily waterproof areas if the drainage system is blocked.

All vehicles have a drainage system, and some vehicle brands consistently exhibit drainage design issues. The water leaks could be the result of a faulty sunroof drainage system. Alternatively, the area between the windshield and wiper blades could be leaking, resulting in a wet passenger-side floor. Your car’s trunk may have a cracked rubber seal which could be causing the trunk to leak. The good news, however, is Foreign Affairs Auto knows how to repair these water leaks.

When you come to Foreign Affairs Auto in West Palm Beach, we will provide a remarkably hospitable auto repair experience. From the moment you enter our shop, you will be warmly welcomed while we prepare you a delightful cup of cappuccino. We will inspect your vehicle for water leak issues, and we will take digital photographs to show you the areas requiring repair. We pride ourselves on same-day service, too. When you bring your vehicle to our auto repair facility, you can be confident your car is being serviced by specialists who have expert training and state-of-the-art equipment.

If your vehicle is showing signs of water leakage, schedule an appointment online. You’ll be glad you did.

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