It is also worth noting that the condensation you can see, on the outer panels is less than half the story. All double skin box sections, chassis sections, doors, reinforcing panels and the like are ventilated, and it’s absolutely essential that they are.

You may ask why is it so important that all these places are ventilated? Well the answer is fairly obvious. When the air drops below the dewpoint and deposits its moisture on the external panels, the inside panels soon follow. Without adequate ventilation, trapped moisture inside these sections would reap havoc, destroying these essential panels within a very short period of time.

Ventilation holes of all shapes and sizes are there to help draw out this moisture as the vehicle flows through the air whilst being driven. The latest generation of cars make great use of ventilation throughout the entire structure and this is a very effective anti-corrosion solution.

If the vehicle is not being driven on a regular basis, protecting against condensation becomes even more important, in fact essential to the life of the vehicle.

The Carcoon Airflow System is the only system in the world that actively isolates – cleans and ventilates the air around the vehicle whilst garaged.  That’s how to store a car so it remains in pristine condition.