Posted: 29 Dec 2016 06:00 AM PST
You know how some people love that "new car smell" so much they spritz its bottled approximation around their vehicles once it has worn off? It's actually made up of volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, which are off-gassed into car interiors by all those plastic components. In other words, it's toxic. Breathing that chemical cocktail while you're driving is bad enough, but what kind of impact would it have if you were sleeping in your car, too? That's a valid question asked by many prospective owners of RVs, who want the freedom of a small mobile dwelling but not the odors and health concerns that could potentially come with it. Read more…
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