When you place the fuel nozzle in your car at the gas station, the fuel is collected in your Hyundai fuel tank. You probably don't give much thought to what happens to it after it arrives, as long as it makes your vehicle go. However, your Hyundai fuel tank is an important part of your car, truck, or SUV that should not be neglected. The older your car is, the more closely you should pay attention to your Hyundai fuel tank. Accidents do happen that can puncture or rupture your Hyundai fuel tank, but the most common reason for tank replacement is leaking caused by rust and corrosion. Your Hyundai fuel tank is coated with a rust-resistant material, but over time this lining degrades and leaves only metal between your fuel tank and the elements. Gravel, road salt, and even water can have an oxidation effect on your Hyundai fuel tank. In fact, many people do not even realize they have a hole or leak in their Hyundai fuel tank until they fill up more than usual and gas begins to drip beneath the vehicle. If regular visual inspection of your Hyundai fuel tank reveals that rust or corrosion has eaten through the wall or seams, you should replace the tank before a leak can occur. Fuel leaks are not only bad for your wallet, they can also cause fires, and in worst-case scenarios, explosions. When your older vehicle needs a new Hyundai fuel tank, you will find affordable replacement parts in our extensive and searchable online catalogue. If you plan to change your Hyundai fuel tank, you may want to consider picking up a new fuel filter as well. Order the parts you need for your Hyundai fuel system from the same place at the same time, through convenient secure online servers or by calling our toll-free number.