The answer is no. Rust is the result of corrosion and exposure to temperature extremes and moisture. During periods of increased moisture or extreme temperatures rust can form, and the surface may continue to look like fresh, unpainted steel. When the rust does form, it’s usually only in a small space – usually 1-2 inches in diameter. It will disappear under a week or two’s time, but it doesn’t last. Rust can not only look ugly, it can damage the metal of any type of vehicle (the car won’t smell it, the wheels may begin to rust, or it will show signs of rusting).
Rust and corrosion occurs because water, humidity and temperature extremes are often high. As the atmosphere warms, the air is more acidic, drying out more of the air. In an ideal world it would be possible to control these temperatures. However, temperatures today are in excess of 130 degrees, and the water table in our atmosphere is at or near the lowest possible level. It is very difficult, if not impossible, to effectively control these temperatures and humidity without the installation of expensive and ineffective technology and equipment. The typical solution is to have the vehicle air conditioned with a fan, however, most vehicles will need to be kept at a safe operating temperature outside. That means the heater fan will have to be turned off, the vehicle will have to be heated, and you will have to leave the vehicle at least 40 miles from your home or work to prevent corrosion for an extremely short period of time before it really needs it. A cool garage is a perfect solution.
Mumbai: The state government is close on the heels of the Centre to provide for a ‘free’ universal basic income (UBI) to every Indian family by the year 2029.
State finance minister P Chidambaram, who is also the finance and revenue minister, had on Wednesday outlined a proposal to create a universal monthly UBI scheme that will be pegged to the GDP.
Chidambaram said the scheme would comprise of a single, large monthly payment that will be made by the government to all Indians irrespective of whether they are in a cash-strapped household or a jobless worker or earning Rs5,000 or more. Under the UBI scheme, the government will pay the equivalent of a basic income to families with a gross monthly income of Rs4,000.
The State Finance Ministry would ensure that all states and UTs followed the scheme with the support of the Centre.
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