Was your catalytic converter stolen? Here’s why
Reactions Science Videos | April 20, 2021
Catalytic converters cut down on toxic car emissions, and, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, they’re one of the greatest environmental inventions of all time. Today, catalytic converter theft is on the rise, and that’s partly because of their chemistry.
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