Cars are already a very important means of transport in everyday life. After all, they are a mass consumer product and they will be very treasured when used. But not everyone has conditions to park their car in a garage. In addition to being exposed to weather for long periods of time outside, will exposure to high temperatures cause more damage?
From this year, many places across country continue to experience high temperatures in summer, and high temperatures can reach 40 degrees. Perhaps with global warming in future, high temperatures of 40 degrees in summer will become norm, and temperature inside car after exposure to high temperatures can reach 60-70 degrees in test of relevant agency.
1. When exposed to sun for a long time, harmful gases are released in car. If car seats are made of poor quality leather, there will be more harmful gases, especially formaldehyde, which is harmful to people. Very huge.
2. Automotive paint is prone to discoloration. Although car paint is resistant to high temperatures, if it is constantly exposed to sunlight, it will eventually cause car paint to age, and white car paint is prone to yellow discoloration, so try to reduce your car's sun exposure.
3. After a long exposure to sun, sealing tape inside car is prone to aging, and with age, it loses its elasticity. If degree of aging is serious, it will crack, which will affect sound of insulation effect. It may also be possible on rainy days. There will be water leaks.
4. Vehicles are prone to tire blowouts and tires are prone to bloat when exposed to sun for long periods of time, greatly reducing tire life.
5. If there are perfumes or lighters in car, if sun shines all time, then it will easily explode, but seriously, car will start to ignite spontaneously.
6. It is easy to cause aging of automobile components such as wiper blades and instrument panel to exhibit aging phenomenon to varying degrees.
When parking in summer, try to park your car in a shady area to minimize your car's exposure to sunlight. In particular, there are many cases of spontaneous combustion of vehicles powered by new energy sources after exposure to sun at high temperatures in summer. And due to impact of new energy battery, if it is not completely extinguished, secondary and tertiary combustion will occur.
In fact, best way to deal with this is to try to avoid accidents caused by exposure to high temperatures in garage and in shade.