For a lot of rural dwellers having seasonal vehicles — cars for summer roads and older, sturdier 4-wheel-drives for the winter months — is not uncommon. It’s also not uncommon for mice and other rodents to take up residence in vehicles during the off season — particularly in winter when they need someplace to hunker down.

Unfortunately, these tiny, furry critters are capable of wreaking havoc on mechanical components and interior upholstery.

This is why car owners need to be constantly vigilant to make sure mice and other rodents are not nesting in the myriad of small spaces and cavities in a vehicle.

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