Why is Chevrolet Cruze Coolant being blamed for hot car crashes?
There’s no question that there’s been an increase in hot car fires in recent years.
And while some of the causes of the fires are unknown, many people are blaming the coolant used in hot cars.
According to CBS News, many hot car owners are now complaining that they’re having problems breathing after consuming coolant that they purchased from an online vendor.
According a new study, the coolants are also being blamed.
According the study, hot car fire victims are suffering from a variety of conditions including breathing difficulties, asthma, dizziness, confusion and cognitive impairment.
The report was released on the same day that a California court ruled that an online supplier must pay $20 million to settle charges that it falsely advertised its products as safe and effective.
The California Supreme Court upheld a lower court decision that found that the company’s products were “a genuine product of reasonable belief.”