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Tune up for car fire prevention

Blog Post created by lisabraxton Employee on Aug 8, 2014

 

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    • Have your car serviced regularly by a professionally trained mechanic. If you spot leaks, your car is not running properly; get it checked.

    • Never park a car where flammables, such as grass, are touching the catalytic converter.

    • Drive safely to avoid an accident.


 

The tips sheetalso includes the danger signs to look for in your car and what to do if your car is on fire. You can check out all of the safety tips sheets on the NFPA website.


 


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