One of our least-discussed topics here on Study Driving is auto care. So I guess it would be good to start sharing a few tips on how to take care of our vehicles. Here’s one tip from AutoJab–how to get rid of that smelly sock odor you usually get when you get dampness or moisture inside your car.
It is quite natural for most older cars to experience this especially after driving in rain or slush. To remedy it quickly, you have to find the damp spots inside the car. Three of the most common spots for dampness are the cabin floor carpet, the car ceiling headliner and the trunk carpeting. If you notice damp spots in any of these, it means that you car is in need of some repair as water is getting inside. It might just be a need to replace the carâ€™s weather strips or some serious body work repair if rust has finally made holes in your car, letting water get in.