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Car exhaust fumes. Close-up of a car's exhaust or tail pipe fumes. Motor vehicles are a major source of atmospheric pollutants, producing poisonous gases such as nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide and ozone. They also emit unburnt hydrocarbons and microscopic particles of partially-burnt soot. Cars using leaded petrol give out lead fumes which affect children's mental development.
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