Automobile finish waxes protect the vehicle by creating a hydrophobic coating that causes water (and some oils) to bead up and roll off, thus not allowing dirt or grime or bug tar or road salt from adhering in the first place. The problem is that waxes don't last and don't cover the very areas that are most prone to rust. What I suggest is using a hydrophobic/oleophobic paint or lacquer on all painted parts of a vehicle that would offer permanent corrosion protection, and keep the car finish looking new longer- decades, even.
Some car manufacturer will do this, eventually. It might be wise to be the first.
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