When the car smell was worse than the smell of weed… the smell you can’t get rid of
When it comes to the smell that comes from smoking pot in the car, the stench is more pronounced in sedona, the capital of Arizona.
Here’s how it works.
A car can smell like a stench, if the car is not kept properly, according to a new study published in the journal Transportation Research Part A. But for the people who don’t clean their cars often enough, it can become a little more pronounced.
The study found that a stinky car can become so prominent that a person would need to change their way of driving to avoid it.
The cars smell in the parking lot of a bar and grill is a great example of how that can happen.
In the study, researchers found that people who drove their cars in a particularly bad spot reported higher levels of the “biofilm” bacteria known as salmonella than those who drove in a clean spot.
Salmonella bacteria can cause food poisoning.
It’s not clear how often these stinky cars actually make it into the car; a study last year found that only 9 percent of people in the study were infected by Salmonellosis, and another 6 percent had symptoms of it.
But that’s because people in cars with a bad odor were driving on a regular basis, so the bacteria was more common than people who weren’t.
The researchers speculate that salmonellae are the primary cause of the stinky smells people report driving in their cars, as it’s easier to find in an open-air carpark than a parking lot.
The stinky odor isn’t as bad as it sounds, either.
The scientists found that the bacteria did not make people sick by causing food poisoning, but that it was enough to trigger mild nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
The worst part of this stinky-car smell is that it can make driving very difficult.
While driving is usually safer than sitting in the backseat, sometimes it’s best to get out and test the waters in public.
That way you can find out if it’s safe to drive.