Let it dry out.
Short term, not much. Long term, rust and corrosion sets in.
Possibly because it is wet in the Engine or any part around that area. It could mean something else though...
You don't. There are many delicate electronics that cannot get wet, and fluids that readily absorb moisture which deteriorates them. Also the water can find it's way into the engine's intake or through a spark plug hole and destroy internal components.
the tires are made of rubber. when rubber gets wet, it gets slippery, which means less friction from the tires to the ground, making it easy for the car to keep going instead of stopping. also, a car is very heavy, so momentum definitely kicks in ALOT. think of it this way. car tires that are dry + dry land = alot of friction and quick stopping. but make every thing slippery and the friction goes away.
Let it dry out.
if your air filter gets wet, then it could get mist into engine, not good for obvious reasons, also if your belt gets wet, then it will not turn your alternator as well and your battery will have less amperage. both are not long term problems but if your engine still boggs down when the air filter and belt are dry then i dont know anything else the problem could be, try replacing your air filter, cheap and easy.
it gets wet!
Sim cards in telephone can indeed short out if they are in a telephone that gets wet. If a phone gets wet, shut it off immediately, remove the battery if possible and remove the Sim and SD cards.
He is bald
When the snow melts it gets wet when it rains it gets wetter
takes 3 times for engine to start
is a percocet still good if it gets wet
When sandstone gets wet it absorbs the water and its colour gets darker.
Then the ear gets wet...
it gets wet and it messes up the CD from working
It gets disappeared when if it gets wet.