Back when I was young and wild, my friends and I used to ride (crash) dirt bikes in the local sand pits. To this day, it was some of the most fun that I have ever had. You know what was not fun though? Burning my leg on that inferno of an exhaust pipe. HOLY COWS that pipe got hot. It felt like it was full of liquid-hot-magma or something. Granted, riding dirt bikes with shorts on was (and still is) a terrible idea in the first place, so I deserved every leg burn that I received. But wow. You don't know hot until you rest your leg on a magma-filled 2-stroke dirt bike muffler.
But, that is the thing about exhaust systems. (Yes, I just started a sentence with "But". What can I say, I guess I'm a rebel.) Anyway, all exhaust related parts get crazy stupid smoking hot. So when you plow through a snow man or take a little dive into a large puddle, that hot exhaust cries out for help. You can hear it start making that "tink-tink-tink" noise as it weeps. It's a rough world out there for exhaust systems. They live their life covered in mud, getting shot at with rocks, and they get splashed with icy water right when they least expect it. All of this unimaginable work is to protect you, the driver, from stinky gases and loud noises.
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