systems give off a gaseous byproduct called carbon monoxide.
If it leaks into your vehicle it it can be deadly. It can
leak through poorly routed or leaky exhaust systems and
into the interior by way of door jams, windows, vents etc.
Running vehicles, generators or other combution engines
in an enclesed space, such as a garage is extremely dangerous.
When in traffic keep plenty of space between you and the
car ahead of you, especially in slow traffic.
Carbon monoxide blocks
your red blood cells from carrying oxygen. Carbon
monoxide is difficult for a driver or passenger to detect
since it doesn't have an odor.
Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
If you have any any
of these symptoms, it could be carbon monoxide poisoning.
If you are driving, pull over and get fresh air immediately.
Listen for exhaust leaks and open windows near the exhaust