More than half of all U.S. households are currently using a car’s internal combustion engine.
But if you’re not using one, you could be creating a toxic mess by burning it up, according to a report from The Hill.
The report, which surveyed 1,000 U.T.A. drivers, found that 60% of the respondents had seen a carbon monoxide leak while driving.
The study found that about one-quarter of the cars in their fleet are also leaking, which means it’s not only the car’s own pollution that’s creating a problem.
If you’re the type of person who says, “I don’t care what anyone else thinks,” you should probably start with this study.
According to the report, the environmental damage caused by the use of an engine in a car could cost $1 trillion annually by 2050.
The U.N. Environmental Program says there are more than 5,000 vehicles that emit more than 100 grams of carbon dioxide each day.
The U.K. has a similar report that estimates there are at least 10,000 cars in the country that emit nearly 500 grams of CO2 each day, or about a quarter of the country’s cars.
The study found many of the most polluting vehicles are the ones with older models, such as the Chevy Silverado and Camaro.
The report found that nearly a third of the vehicles surveyed were built in 1950 or earlier, and nearly half were built before the advent of the airbag.
The Hill report says that older models are also more likely to be older than new models, and some newer models are more expensive.