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Car fires

If your vehicle catches fire while you’re driving, you should:

Never use water on an engine fire, as it can short out the wiring and spread any burning fuel. If it is safe to do so, use a dry powder or foam fire extinguisher (BS EN3). If the fire is in the engine compartment, do not open the bonnet – instead, aim the extinguisher through the radiator grille or under the lid.

You can reduce the risk of a car fire by:

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