Although the risk of exposure to vehicle exhaust fumes is rarely talked about. I mean At ANY LENGTH does the media talk about this. Especially when compared to other preventable causes of death, such as consumption of alcohol or tobacco. So the statistics show that the number of deaths are similar.
It makes you wonder how differently we would feel if the chemicals emitted from car exhausts were visible in the air around us. How would our relationship with the combustion engine change?
Would we become more concerned about our health? More climate-conscious and more willing to take on the air pollution crisis?
Select Car Leasing has created 10 images of the most iconic cities on the planet to show what their busy streets would look like if humans could actually see the hazardous chemicals produced by vehicle exhausts once the initial plume of smoke has dissipated, in accordance with their air quality rating. See the shocking visuals displaying what we would see if exhaust emissions were visible around the world here: https://www. selectcarleasing.co.uk/news/, what-if-we-could-see-car-emissions.html
London: 25 – Air Quality Rating
Paris: 80 – Air Quality Rating