Can You Get Electrocuted in a Car?


A car battery by itself produces 12 volts DC, and it won't electrocute anyone.
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Turn off the engine of the car that's going to provide the jump (obviously, that's not a problem for the one that's dead). As an extra precaution, put on the emergency brake on both
My guess would be nothing.It has rubber tires on it.
probably the same as being blown up in a gas car.
An old Ford coil, grounded with a length of chain, concealed in the trunk of your car: that’ll teach anyone who wants to mess with your chrome. "A surprising shock awaits
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