Vehicle fire

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A vehicle fire (or car fire) is an uncontrolled burning of an automobile. It is one of the most common causes of property damage by fire.

Motor vehicles have quite a few flammable parts and liquids, including gasoline and oil. They also have parts that can start fires, including air bag detonators and hot exhaust systems.

Some car fires are arson.