A new report suggests that you might need to keep the most important items in your home away from the house, truck and RV it is in, the report states.
In the report, The Homeowners Association of the United States, a trade association for homeowners, found that people who live in houses and homes with a garage, trailer and/or truck can be exposed to elevated levels of toxic chemicals from the vehicle, which is often a newer model of car, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says.
The report said the amount of toxic fumes in homes with garage doors and windows could be “significant” in the event of an accident.
In addition, there are some homes that have a garage door that does not close completely, and that can cause smoke or smoke emissions to get into the home, the NHTSA says.
People should consider cleaning the house and living areas before leaving the house for a short period of time, the association says.
The association also recommends that people use extra caution when moving household items from one vehicle to another.
The association recommends that homeowners keep an air filter on their vehicles to reduce the amount and concentration of toxic air, and to use an exhaust system to minimize emissions from household appliances.
The study also said people should take steps to minimize the amount that could potentially be in their home.
The organization recommends that anyone who has an air conditioner should replace it at least once a year, and it recommends that if a house has a garage it should be ventilated at least annually.
The NHTSD also recommends cleaning the inside of homes before leaving them, especially when they are in use.