Despite the tragedies of the Hindenburg and Challenger explosions, car manufacturers assure the public that hydrogen is safe for use in automobiles. Leaked hydrogen disperses in the air rather than pooling in the water like an oil spill. Research into hydrogen car leaks found the danger very low, even when the leaks were lit on fire. Hydrogen tanks are made to withstand intense pressures, keeping manufacturers and consumers safe.
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