What's the germiest part of your car?


How often do you really clean your car? U.K. auto retailer Motorpoint had researchers swab 20 parts of the inside of a car, The data showed the steering wheel was actually the least germy area swabbed, while the trunk of the particular vehicle (which had been used to transport pets) was the most contaminated area. Other areas of the vehicle with a lot of bacteria: the driver footwell, seatbelt button, and handbrake. Also, the cup holder, the inside area of the door handles, and the radio volume buttons were found to have mold. Aside from the steering wheel, the other cleanest areas of the car were the rear-view mirror, and the gear stick. According to an unrelated survey of 1,050 British car owners, the average respondent only cleans the inside of their car an average of ten times per year. That's pretty bad when you consider 94 percent said they eat and drink in their vehicles and 58 percent said they transport pets.  (Daily Mail

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