Biodiesel consists of long-chain fatty acid esters and it presents relatively inert behavior right after its production. However, structural changes occur during its storage, as this fuel has low oxidative stability, fact that increases its corrosivity. The problem of corrosion has become increasingly relevant due to the Government's policy of setting a gradual increase in the percentage of biodiesel added to diesel. The current study evaluated the effectiveness of three natural products to work as corrosion inhibitor in biodiesel. The evaluation was done by means of immersion tests and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. Results showed that it is possible to reduce biodiesel influence on carbon steel corrosion and that it can be extend to other metals used in automotive engines.