5 Ways to Keep Rodents out of your Car this Winter
Use these hacks to keep Rodents out of your Car
Forget snakes on a plane, you’re more likely to find mice in your car! Even if you park in a garage, pesky rodents can chew up wiring, cause fluid leaks, and other serious damage. Here’s how to keep them out.
Avoid parking in places where rodents live such as wooded areas and tall grass.
When parked in a garage, open the car’s hood.
Rodents enjoy warm, dark areas like this. You can also use steel wool to plug holes that you think mice are using in the garage.
Don’t keep food in the vehicle.
Set mouse traps in the car to catch any critters that get inside.
Avoid other rodent “deterrents” in the vehicle like peppermint oil or ultrasonic devices. Those devices aren’t effective.
Try sprinkling fox urine powder around the outside perimeter of the car.
You can find this at most home improvement stores.