The car burning on Thika highway (Photo Courtesy: Facebook)
Incidents of personal cars catching fire and burn to the shell are becoming a menace as several vehicles have been burned down along the Thika Super highway.
According to Sikika Road Safety news podcast, a saloon car is on fire at Clay Works along the Thika Super highway.
The reports claim that the car was on motion then all of a sudden smoke started coming out of the bonnet alerting the driver and the occupant.
After alighting from the vehicle, fire sprung up as they watched it burn down helplessly. This incident has left Kenyans react and giving some advice.
Take a look at some advices from Kenyans:
Royal Garage: " People should know that any live wire that hangs inside your bonet is suicide. It only waits until you heat 120 km/he thats when the earth wire or earth which is the body decided to do its thing.
It's all about poor mantainace nothing more."
Fredy: "I just think juu wako Thika road they tend to push their cars beyond limits hence leading to fire's."
Watch the video of the incident in the link below:
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