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A puddle of fuel collecting under your car, or the stench of gasoline as you drive, are two warnings that your fuel tank is cracked --- and leaking. Aging car parts crack. It's the reality of owning a vehicle: Parts of it will simply not stand the tests of time. Is a leak in your gas tank having you waste that precious liquid gold that seems to just engulf your paycheck. An inconvenient crack or opening in your tank can also cause air to make its way inside causing a myriad of engine problems. Whether you drive a truck, an SUV, or a smooth street vehicle, over time your vehicle's fuel tank can be damaged from the hazards of daily driving.
If you take your SUV off- road, the rough driving conditions that you enjoy can be hard on the undercarriage of your vehicle. The fuel tank often is not the first part of the vehicle considered when maintaining your off-road vehicle, but its positioning under the trunk area of the vehicle makes it vulnerable to dents and scrapes that can weaken its surface. Even if your vehicle is only used for street driving, wear and tear damage of the gas tank is inevitable over time. The potholes, speed bumps and construction zones can be as hard on your vehicle as off-road driving, scraping and denting your fuel tank as well.