Question for owners in areas where roads get a heavy coating of salt and other coatings in winter. What are some strategies to keep brake calipers from rusting and seizing? I'm in southern Maine, and have owned my EX since 2012 (currently 108k miles on it). In those 8 years, my front brakes been redone 3 times, rears 5 times -- all including fresh calipers because existing ones seized (which then does a number on pads and discs, of course). Everyone around here complains about rust on underbody components, but this seems extreme. My shop is pretty honest, so I'm confident this is really happening. Here's the kicker: I park inside in winter! (It gets evicted in summer when the s2000 comes out of hibernation.) So my question is: how best to avoid these things rusting and seizing?