Canadian based Lenard Broadhead believes squirrels are eating the biodegradable bioplastics car parts of his new Honda.
Squirrels are eating the air-filters, motors and fuel injector wiring and the total repair costs are reaching $1,000.
There have been several class actions lawsuits in the US against Honda, Kia and Toyota with the complaint that the ecofriendly wiring has a faint scent of vanilla, attracting rodents.
Car dealership said animals causing damage to vehicles wasn’t anything new and it had nothing to do with the biodegradable parts.
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