You’re leaving your car outside, almost always with the windows closed. So, if you abandon it in a pleasant shade, it can amass 400-800 mg of benzene, while if you stop the auto in the sun, (in a temperature higher than 16 degrees celsius) , the level of benzene can achieve 2000-4000 mg, which is 40 times more than the allowed level.
When you sit inside your car with windows closed, you’re breathing in all that benzene, not knowing that this poison influences your kidneys, the liver and the bone tissue.
In the vehicle’s manual, it is recommended to open the auto’s windows before turning on the A/C, yet they do not clarify why, with the exception of that it is useful for the auto’s performance.
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