A new study has found that maintaining a car’s electric system can make it safer to drive and more comfortable to operate.
Key points:The research, carried out by the University of Auckland, suggests that the maintenance of a car engine could reduce the risk of injury when operating it improperly.
The study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
It found that when the engine is not properly maintained, it can cause a range of adverse health effects, including increased risk of falls and motor vehicle injuries.
“This is especially true when the electrical system is maintained at high temperatures, and if the battery is not maintained in the same way,” the researchers said.
“If the electric motor is damaged or damaged incorrectly, the risk increases, as does the risk that the vehicle could collide with objects, or be damaged by debris or the road itself.”
What is the research saying?
The study found that the higher the frequency of high temperatures the higher is the risk for injury.
“A temperature of 85 degrees Celsius will cause approximately 200 injuries per hour, compared to an ambient temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, which will cause about 100 injuries per minute,” the authors said.
The researchers said they also found that people with high-risk lifestyles, including smokers, people with lower income, people who had a history of mental illness, people of a certain age, and people with higher levels of stress and depression were all more likely to have injuries when they were operating their car.
“These risks are higher for people with more frequent car trips, and the more frequent the trips, the higher their risk,” they said.
What else does the research say?
In a statement, the University said it was studying the impact of maintaining a vehicle’s electric systems on the health of people who operate it.
“We are particularly interested in the impact on people with heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and other conditions associated with high risk lifestyles, and are also considering the impact that vehicle performance, and consequently, battery-operated motor vehicles, have on the risk associated with such lifestyles,” the statement said.
It said it hoped to conduct a follow-up study to look at how the results of the previous study might relate to the current study.
“Such a follow up study is ongoing,” the University added.
What other research says?
The researchers say that the safety of car ownership is important to the health and wellbeing of people, and they want to know what impact the maintenance and maintenance of the electrical systems has on people’s health and well-being.
“People should consider their safety while driving, especially when driving on icy roads, to ensure that they are not seriously injured by an accident,” the study said.