In this episode of the ElectricSense podcast, Lloyd and host Kimberly Henrie discuss something that concerns nearly everybody electromagnetic fields (EMFs) in cars and how to minimize your exposure. As Lloyd points out this is a universal issue because nearly everyone uses a car and those that don’t use similar forms of transportation, buses, coaches, trains etc.
A Growing Problem
Tune in to hear Lloyd explain that due to the intrinsic nature of motorized transport EMFs have always been present in cars – principally in the form of magnetic fields. However in the 21st Century much of the technology which has improved our driving experience has also contributed to increasing our EMF exposures in cars. Apart from the more obvious culprits like WiFi and Bluetooth installations Lloyd also cites some less known sources of EMF pollution in cars including:
- RF-ID tags on parts
- Tire pressure monitors
- Car alarms
- Blindspot reversing radar
- and much more
How To Reduce Your Exposure
If you already own a car with this kind of gadgetry installed, Lloyd explains the steps you can take to minimize your exposures. Lloyd also gives some tips what to look for if you’re wanting to change your vehicle. He explains how to take EMF protection in your car a step further by measuring with an EMF meter – a special EMF meter because cars work on a different electricity supply to our homes.
Lloyd and Kimberly cover an awful lot of information in this 15-minute free podcast. Tune in for some great EMF protection tips and learn how you can make traveling in your car a safer experience.
You may also be interested in my extensive article on radiation in cars.