Ocean Salt and Your Truck
Nothing says Florida more than hitting the beach to spend a day sunbathing, floating in the water, or hitting the surf with your boogie board. It’s even better when it’s a drive-on beach and your truck is right there parked beside you packed with everything you need.
Is it bad to drive your truck on the beach?
No, but when it’s time to head home, you will need to do some work to get the “beach” out of your vehicle and keep that fabulous truck in great shape (somebody has to be). Cleaning your vehicle after a beach trip isn’t hard at all. It takes a little time and there are simple steps you can take to remove the "beach salt sorrow" out of your truck. It's even fun - who doesn't love a Shop-Vac and a hose?
Keep salt and sand "castaway"
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