Now-a-days Motor vehicle pollution is creating adverse health impacts on the community, especially for people who are living in urban areas or in locations close to busy roads. Gases such as carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides, particles, volatile organic compounds and sulfur dioxide, emitted from vehicles cause significant health problem predominantly upper respiratory problems and lung damage. All motor vehicles release these pollutants into the air, mostly via the exhaust fumes which come out of the tailpipe when the engine gets operated.

Some awareness to reduce air pollution:

  • On time replacing points, air filter, fuel filter, oil and oil filter.
  • On time checking spark plug condition and gap, distributor condition,idle mix and speed , spark plug, distributor leads, hoses and other minor items in fuel/electrical/emission control system.
  • On time examining vehicle diagnostics and replacing faulty components.