Steel is typically the framework. The body can be steel, aluminum and/or fiberglass. There is also experimentation with carbon fiber.
It protects and preserves the bodywork and is also decorative.
Rub Vaseline over the bodywork
The best way to remove rust from a chrome with bodywork is to take your car to an autobody shop. They are the best people that can remove rust from chrome.
Technically you can! It is not advisable as Anti-Freeze will cause damage to the bodywork of your car and when you spray the washers it will of course end up on the bodywork somewhere.
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You can look after the bodywork on a brand new car by maintaining the surface by washing it regularly and applying a wax to protect it from the elements. You can also apply spot paint to areas that appear scratched or damaged from rocks while driving.
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Goof Off works well for this and does not affect modern car paint finishes. -I've tested it on 3 types of cars.
Heat shields are used on cars to protect components and bodywork from heat damage coming from the engine and exhaust system.
For along time bumpers have been made to protect the bodywork of a car in the event of low speed collision, such as at stops or traffic lights. Bumpers are relatively cheap compared to body sections of cars, and often prevent a lot of body damage. In a high speed collision it doesn't matter whether you have bumpers or not, lots of bodywork will be wrecked.