How to avoid car damages?

Summer is here, which means more countries are going to the window down, elbow on the door.

If this sounds like you, you should limit your trip outdoors in a sunroof, and only if you wear a hat. This is because a new study shows a link between the conduct and the occurrence of skin cancer on the left side of the people who drive a lot - the sunny side.

Researchers at the University of Washington in Seattle found that Americans tend to develop the worst forms of skin cancer - especially melanoma and Merkel cell carcinoma - on the left side of his body. This is a particularly high incidence of cancers detected on the upper arm, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
This report contributes to a growing body of evidence that can lead to exposure of a car driver to ultraviolet (UV), which is linked to increased skin cancer. In countries like the United States, where riders sit on the left side of their cars have more cancer studies form located on the left side. Other studies, including a 1986 report from Australia found that in countries where the steering wheel is on the other side of the vehicle, there are more cancers and precancerous tumors on the right side of the driver.

It's pretty convincing evidence that the conduct has a great influence on the occurrence of skin cancer.

The incidence of cancer is the most serious, the authors of the new study from the University of Washington, for people with a window is open, drive convertible bonds, or those who simply drive to spend a large amount time behind the wheel, these, such as a living drive.

The solution is quite simple. Automotive glass filters today, most UV can cause bad skin cancer, so that driving with the windows and air conditioning is a better choice, even if your fuel economy to be worse. So do the side window is not quite as much material for UV windscreen.

A layer of glass shade with an aftermarket company applied retailer is an answer, especially for those who have to drive for a living and are in a vehicle all day. T-Shirts for runners also requests an obvious choice, but hot summer days seem to be short sleeves. On these days, sunscreen gets on the arms, neck, face and head.
It is speeding, impaired driving or not SMS, causes the deadliest single car accidents. Accidents where a teenager is just a road bike along too quickly and fails to recognize a curve or a bump in the road. Worst of all, maybe they are rarely in the car alone.

It was speed that killed three teenagers in Ohio on the fourth weekend in July this year. The sun was shining and the road was dry. Two 19-year men and a man of 18 were in the car, which witnesses estimated miles traveled has 70 hours in a 35 mph zone. The driver, Cody Mazuk tried to pass another car.

His vehicle struck a rock and a tree, then a second layer, before the air and struck a second tree. Mazuk Fischer and Jeremiah, 18, died at the scene. Christopher Drummond, 19, died the next day.

In a rather sad irony, the same scenario played the same weekend in Pennsylvania. Except this time there were four teenagers in the car. The pilot, age 16, Colin McElroy wanted to run 75 miles an hour in 35 mph area. McElroy lost control, crashed into a tree, which are posted on the roof, and turns the car. All four teenagers were killed.

These accidents were just a foretaste of thousands of people each year that cause death among adolescents - All State Insurance estimates that 40% of deaths of young per year from 5000 to 6000 caused by the acceleration.

The Center for Disease Control, said teens are more likely to speed than older drivers, and they do not allow enough space between them and the cars around them.

Most people would not use a sunscreen when in the car they want to think about all day. But a little prevention could be worth a lot of healing.