The lethal consequences of CO in engine exhaust is tragically illustrated by the hundreds of persons who die each year from carbon monoxide poisoning caused by a running vehicle inside a closed garage. Others die or become ill in homes with attached garages, while stranded in their car, or while driving or riding in a.. read more →

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a highly toxic gas produced when fuels burn incompletely. The typical internal combustion engine used in most cars and trucks, can produce extremely high concentrations of carbon monoxide. Changes in engine design, fuel, and emission control devices have dramatically reduced the emissions of carbon monoxide. Still, operating a motor vehicle introduces.. read more →

By Erin Dooley Some of the world’s biggest automakers should have recalled millions of vehicles with keyless ignitions because the cars, which don’t shut off automatically if the driver fails to press the start/stop button, could be a deadly carbon monoxide risk, according to a new lawsuit. According to the suit, filed in Los Angeles.. read more →

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We would like to thank the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission for this material. Visit the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission at www.cpsc.gov read more →

We would like to thank the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission for this material. Visit the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission at www.cpsc.gov read more →

We would like to thank the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission for this material. Visit the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission at www.cpsc.gov read more →

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is the “invisible” killer. Carbon monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas. Every year more than 100 people in the United States die from unintentional exposure to carbon monoxide associated with consumer products. We would like to thank the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission for this material. Visit the United States.. read more →