Car fumes are one of the biggest problems with home heating.
But what if your home was built in a world where car exhaust wasn’t a concern?
A new invention by a US company called CarIncense, and the help of a car enthusiast, could help solve some of those problems.
In the US, there’s no official car emissions test.
Instead, people can legally buy a car and drive it around for several hours at a time without worrying about their car’s odors.
In many states, though, it’s illegal to have your car’s engine running in a vehicle that emits exhaust.
The result is a situation where people in the US and abroad can buy vehicles with engines that emit exhaust without worrying much about their cars’ odors or emissions, because car exhaust doesn’t emit emissions.
But in China, it is illegal to drive around with exhaust in your car.
In order to address that problem, the company CarIncence is looking to solve that.
CarIncance’s team of engineers have created a device that uses an infrared sensor inside the exhaust port of a diesel engine to detect car exhaust.
It then detects that the car’s emission is detected, and then uses an algorithm to determine the amount of gas released by the engine.
It does this by measuring the amount and timing of the exhaust gas escaping through the exhaust valve.
It uses this data to calculate the fuel economy of the car.
CarIncense has partnered with Chinese car company Daimler, who has also made a number of other infrared sensors in the past.
The company hopes to release its device in China by the end of the year.
Daimler says that its infrared sensor is compatible with cars that use an engine that emits a wide range of emissions, from sulfur dioxide to nitrogen oxide, which is the type of air pollutants most commonly emitted by cars.
Car emissions can be measured on the dyno and compared with other vehicles.
It’s important to note that car emissions aren’t the only problem that cars can emit, of course.
The same technology could be used to detect leaks in fuel tanks and other equipment, and also to help monitor emissions of other chemicals.
But Daimlers’ infrared sensor has been specifically designed to detect carbon monoxide and other emissions, which are often the biggest environmental risks associated with diesel engines.