The problem is detection. Sure it may rain, snow and the water may leak or drain inside a car, but unless one inspects they may not notice how much water has accumulated inside a car or SUV and the damage that has been done. Cars have computers inside then that tell them when there is battery, engine and other problems. But there is nothing that tells a car owner that water condensation is building up by detecting water on the floor, trunk or elsewhere in the car. Since I'm a petite person it was somewhat easy to go from the front to the back seat lifting, pressing carpets and mats looking for water buildup. So yes, I was lucky to be able to do this to find the problem or where it may have come from. The bad news is that I am not a door seal, boot or a roof seal to prevent water from seeping in. I also cannot stop mold, mildew and rust from damaging the car as a result.
What can be done to alert a not so petite or limber car or SUV owner that there is water buildup? It takes the fun out of car ownership if someone has to get in to a car after each heavy rain or snow melt to see if a leak has developed so that you are not swishing with water when you drive. The car condensation detector can become a part of the car's instrument panel that informs the car owner that there is a problem with water condensation. The condensation sensors can be installed in a trunk, and on the floor boards of a car and even under the hood of a car. The condensation detector will light up indicating that there is water or buildup present so that you can have it repaired before costly damage results. The condensation detector is great for any car, truck or SUV. Instead of bailing water, detect it with the condensation detector!