“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
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GM and Partners Open China’s Largest Proving GroundGM and Partners Open China’s Largest Proving Ground
SHANGHAI – General Motors, SAIC, Shanghai GM and the Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center (PATAC) have opened China’s largest proving ground, capable of conducting 67 driving conditions over 60 kilometers