“Car owners often don’t realize that a rat or mouse is living under the hood,“ states Keith Canete, the Master Automotive Technician at YourMechanic.com (an at-home car repair provider), “until they smell a pungent whiff of urine waft in through the air conditioning when they start the engine, which would indicate that the rat or rat colony has been there for a while. Rats are opportunists that tend to pick cars that have been parked idle outside for a week or longer in order to build themselves a cozy home under the hood.”
Rat Damage In Parked Cars
4 days left in our Chevrolet 30 day countdown. Colorado finds the perfect balance between work and play. From work truck to the off-road-ready and from technology to safety —
Thankfully the effects from Hurricane Irma on New Providence were minimal so we can get back to work. Our thoughts go out to the people of The Bahamas and all
Get up to $2,750 back. Tel: (242) 302-0130 WhatsApp: Chevrolet Bahamas Sales: (242) 425-3092.