plastic boat tank
Automobile and Gasoline Safety
Gasoline should be stored in tightly-capped and labeled safety
cans that have flame arresters and pressure-relief valves-never
in glass or plastic jugs.
If you must siphon gasoline, use a hand-operated pump-not your
Never store gasoline in your home or car. Flammable liquids must
be kept in well-ventilated areas.
" Never store gasoline in the trunk of your car. (For example,
small tanks of gasoline or boat fuel tanks-put your boat tank
in your boat behind your car.) The vapors can ignite an cause
an explosion. Or a rear-end collision, that could otherwise be
minor, could result in a tragedy.
" If your car has a catalytic converter, don't drive through
or park in areas of dry grass. The intense heat generated by catalytic
converters can ignite these grasses.
" Unless tuning your car, never run your car with the carburetor
air-cleaner removed. The air-cleaner device functions as a flame
arrestor in the event the engine backfires. If it is not in place,
a backfire can easily ignite spilled gasoline or oil on the engine
" Never discard smoking materials out the window. Use your
" Carry and maintain an approved fire extinguisher. Know
how to use it.
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