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Is there a radiation problem in 2016 Hyundai i30s?

Asked by Theodore

Can there be a "dangerous radiation" problem affecting the lower legs of a 2016 Hyundai i30 driver? A regular driver has skin problems (including cancer spots on lower part of legs above the ankles). It's thought to come from the car.

Answered by CarsGuide

3 Mar 2021 David Morley

This one is a little beyond my pay-scale, to be honest. Medical advice from a car website is not something we’re prepared to indulge in. Damaging levels of radiation from a car are not something we've heard of, but to comment either way and potentially put somebody’s health in danger is not our place. The absolute best advice is to make certain the driver in question seeks proper medical treatment.

If you think the car is at fault, you could have it scientifically tested to detect the presence of radiation, but it’s certainly sounds unlikely given the well-documented history of the motor-car. From where did your theory that the car is at fault come?

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