Miss Motocicletta is asking if her father should rustproof his '08 Impeza, She asks me 'the car expert' if it should be done, all of her family in Cleveland are on the rustproofing bandwagon for their similarly old cars before the snow arrives. I say *NO*, the car is driven little, grocery store, gym, few errands, he is 80+, no commuting to work and next to nothing freeway driving. On a similar note la motocicletta complained that last winter while driving for her father on ice and snow she slid into an intersection. The car has 50% worn all season tires, 4wd, and I don't know if it has traction control. We prefer not to do the winter wheel & tire change, again because of his age, little driving and avoiding complications and expense. I proposed driving on snow tires year around given the minimal miles, Tire Rack has a range of options, I like this: Dunlop Wintermax on sale $ 99.00 ea. We live in So. Cal and have no snow experience, what do he adventurers think?