In a Serious Collision There Is a Chance of Your Car Catching on Fire?


When you are in a serious collision, there is a very small chance (less than half a percent of a chance) of your car catching on fire upon impact. It does not happen very often, but there is a chance it could happen. The cars would have to hit just right, and there would probably be damage to the fuel tank, as well. Damage to the fuel tank would make it more possible for the car to catch on fire. If your car is in a collision, you should probably get out of the care as soon as possible.
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