Electrical malfunction.

Electrical systems failure is a primary cause of car fires. Electrical wiring runs all through a vehicle, and any overlooked frayed wire can ignite a fire. Additionally, when your car’s battery recharges, it can cause a buildup of hydrogen gas. The battery’s electrical current can generate sparks, igniting any leaking flammable liquid.  

Fuel ignition.

A car relies on several flammable liquids to run properly, and damage to gas tanks, heat shield, or exhaust components can lead to a fire or an explosion.

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Christopher L. Russo
Helping Rhode Island personal injury victims for nearly three decades to get the compensation they deserve.
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