Roadspray consisting of asphalt, tar, oil, paint striping and coatings are common resurfacing materials used on our nation’s roads. When a vehicle is traveling on newly resurfaced roads, these contaminate materials “splash up” predominantly on the lower or “rocker panel” of a vehicle causing roadspray.

Roofing materials such as tar, oil, and polyurethane foam can also be successfully removed from a vehicle’s surface. These road paint removal and roadspray claims are very similar and commonly treated in the same manner as paint overspray restoration.