Cars are mysterious machines created by engineers that requires one to be careful by always checking it's condition. Just a simple error needs the attention of a specialist. Many of these accidents happen mainly due to he owner's negligence and when the operator is not keen enough to operate it.
Cars require regular checking of engines, radiator, oil, breaking system and the rest. That is why it can be an expensive venture to own one.
One man must be in agony as he counts losses after his Mercedes Benz caught fire on the middle of the road and burn beyond recognition. HabariMotoMoto learns that the road is between Homeland and Kasarani and most accidents have been happening.
Speculative Kenyans have come out to comment on why it caught fire. Though no injuries were reported, curious Kenyans assembled to witness the car as its whirling flames touches the sky.
It is normally recommended that you always check if your car has enough water to avoid such accidents.
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