How do you evaluate a car when you want to buy one? Frankly speaking, price must be one but not the only one chief aspect. Additionally, the quality of the car, how comfortable it is, and even whether it is safe enough are some other common concerns. Recently,
They announced that because people are actually spending about 1.5 hours in their cars per day, it is a very important issue that how will the chemical toxics in the car affect the drivers’ health.
However, American Chemistry Council disagreed with this result. "Scientists know that the mere presence of a chemical doesn't automatically make it a public health issue," Marian Stanley, who headed a council panel reviewing the report, said in a statement at the time.
It is still unclear whether those chemicals are truly harmful to human beings so far. But what I wonder is that when buyers know such fact, would they change their ideas and how much would this result affect their decision?