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    would gasoline/petrol inhalation be very toxic? Say I have to keep my scooter inside my living room,
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    An_246475 posted:
    since vandalizers have been slashing tires and stuff,
    this scooter has a gas cap vent, so there is some evaporation of
    gasoline.

    Well, I sure can smell some gasoline, what symptoms and stuff would happen cancer?

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    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi and welcome,

    I'm not sure about the statistics on this and we have no health care professional in this community. I encourage you to call and talk to your doctor about this. Share your concerns with him/her.

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