Natural Air Fresheners and Car Safety

Posted by Rita Stadler

Jun 4, 2012 9:13:00 AM


Driving a car is something most people don't even think about, we consider it a necessity.  Whether you live in a city, and just like the freedom and independence of having your own vehicle, or if you live in a rural area where the distance and lack of public transportation make it essential, many of us wouldn't want to imagine life any other way.  Since many people spend a significant amount of time in their vehicles, they find numerous ways to make them more comfortable.  Steering wheel and seat covers can make it feel nicer inside and look a little more personalized, sound systems can enhance entertainment, and air fresheners can offer an aromatherapy experience while you drive. 

Earth-Kind's All Natural Air Fresheners come in four appealing varieties.  Because they are made with natural ingredients, including zeolite, a mineral which actually purifies the air, there is no concern about harmful chemicals posing any health risks.  Since there isn't always a  lot of air exchange inside of a vehicle, this is especially important.  Using an air freshener can be one of the easiest and least expensive ways to personalize your vehicle and improve your driving experience.

While it may be tempting to proudly display your Earth-Kind Air Freshener from your rearview mirror so everyone knows your car smells great in a natural way that won't harm the environment (our air fresheners are 98% biodegradable, just like our other great product, Fresh Cab Natural Rodent Repellent), it is extremely important to consider safety first in all motor vehicles.  Hanging anything from the rearview mirror can obstruct your view of potential road hazards and is a legal violation in many places.  Law enforcement has been cracking down on these violations that may have been overlooked in the past. 

We invite you to use Earth-Kind's All Natural Air Purifier/Fresheners by placing them under the seat or hanging from the dash of your vehicle.  Drive fresh and drive safe!


Topics: Being Green, Home

Rita Stadler
Rita lives in Central Florida and has been a member of Team EarthKind since 2010. When not writing about ways to preserve the good and prevent the rest, her 4 children keep her busy. She can be found sharing mouse jokes on Twitter @EarthKind and answering to calls of "MOM!" from any kid within a 25 foot radius.

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