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Electronic corrosion protection is a method of inhibiting the onset of rust or corrosion on metal by the application of an electric current to the metal being protected.

No. This type of corrosion protection was discovered over 100 years ago.

Yes. Following testing in an ISO certified lab, the results were reviewed by a corrosion expert at McGill University on behalf of the Competition Bureau Canada who confirmed that the AutoSaver did in fact inhibit the corrosion on automotive vehicles.


The AutoSaver OBD will protect all grounded metal structures and body panels of a vehicle against corrosion.

The AutoSaver OBD can be installed in any vehicle built after 1996.


Yes. While the AutoSaver OBD can’t reverse existing corrosion damage, it will slow down the corrosion process even on corrosion that is present before installation.

Because it draws such a small current, the AutoSaver OBD will not drain your vehicle battery. In addition, the AutoSaver OBD will automatically shut off if the battery’s charge gets too low. Once the battery charges up again, the AutoSaver OBD will automatically switch itself back on.

Yes. Rust never rests, and neither does the AutoSaver OBD. It operates 24/7 to protect your vehicle against corrosion.

Once plugged in, the AutoSaver OBD’s blue LED lets you know it’s working.


Yes. Simply unplug the AutoSaver OBD from the onboard diagnostic port and insert it into the onboard diagnostic port of the next vehicle you wish to protect.

Yes. Ask your dealer about the extended corrosion warranty.

When metal molecules are exposed to the environment, the presence of moisture will cause the metal molecules to lose electrons. When that happens, the molecules will combine with oxygen molecules to form corrosion. By applying an electric current to the metal, a flow of free electrons through the metal is created, essentially shielding the metal’s molecules from the oxygen molecules, inhibiting their ability to combine with the metal molecules.

Ecological: AutoSaver OBD is clean tech whereas spray applications emit toxic vapours and contain harmful chemicals that eventually wash off into the environment.

Coverage: The AutoSaver OBD protects areas of your vehicle that traditional sprays cannot, such as the vehicle frame and the inside and outside of the body panels.

Single application: Spray rustproofing has to be reapplied every year in order to be effective making it a very costly solution over time. With the AutoSaver OBD, you only spend once to continuously protect your vehicle for as long as you own it.

Transferable: The AutoSaver OBD’s plug and play makes it so easy for you to transfer your AutoSaver OBD to your next vehicle.

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