Cold temperatures drive rodents to seek warmer settings. Your car may be just the place. Have you had a friend whose vehicle was the casualty of rodents?
After all, mice, rats and squirrels—even rabbits—have been known to gnaw on wires in engine compartments, causing vehicle electrical systems to go haywire. They can disable a vehicle completely and be very expensive to fix.
We are advising our customers to make sure rodents aren’t chowing down and creating a problem under the hood. We can help you check for these signs: Using a black light, your technician can detect animal urine, a sure sign that they’ve been using your engine compartment as a warm apartment, a nest and a dining room. Nesting materials like little bits of acorn, leaves, chewed materials, animal droppings all may be found in the engine’s corners.
We can help you take steps to prevent rodents from chewing up your vehicle’s parts. Before the damage becomes serious and expensive, talk to us about how we can make your vehicle mouse-free.