Does a rusty undercarraige get better with time? on 2005 Nissan Altima

I have a 2005 Nissan Altima that has been through 7 winters. The undercarriage has a lot of rust, which has resulted in repair bills this year. Will the rust continue to get worse, since I now have the car in a warm weather state, or will it go into remission?

by in Saint Johns, FL on December 09, 2012
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3 answers 6 comments
ANSWER by , December 10, 2012
once the car is rusted it is rusted the only way to stop it from rusting is have it sandlasted and undercoated
COMMENT by , December 10, 2012
Wow, where could I get it SANDLASTED? I need my truck sandlasted since it would LAST a long time.
COMMENT by , December 10, 2012
I live in canada and I can get a car sandblasted anywhere
COMMENT by , December 10, 2012
Please have my truck SANDLASTED, I live in Northern California.
COMMENT by , December 10, 2012
Spelchek botton broked
COMMENT by , December 11, 2012
send it up here and I can getteer done eh
COMMENT by , December 12, 2012
Weel do , don't ya know? :)........never mind....
ANSWER by , December 10, 2012
Rusty undercarriages will either get worse or stay the same...it is impossible to improve on its own...isn't Florida a humid state? Humidity causes rust so even while warm it is still not dry.
ANSWER by , December 10, 2012
you will never solve this problem. you will have it forever,you may slow it down but thats it