Acid rain is a deadly liquid that forms from nitrogen oxide or sulfur dioxide. To turn into nitric acid, nitrogen oxide has to travel anywhere from 50-300 miles. In order for sulfur dioxide to turn into an acid, it has to travel 500-1500 miles. While it is traveling, it collects moisture and sun from the weather surrounding them. So, when it reaches the distance it needs to reach, it turns into acid rain.
As you know, Acid rain is very destructive. For example, has the paint on your car ever bubbled? Well, this is caused by acid rain. Also, have you ever left something medal outside of your house for a long period of time? Well, you may notice that it it is eaten away. This is also caused by acid rain. As you can see, acid rain is very destructive. So the next time you leave your car out at night, maybe think about pulling it in the garage!