Lowest emf vehicle found after testing between 30-40 vehicles!!

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Lowest emf vehicle found after testing between 30-40 vehicles!!

SuperLaura
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After months of testing vehicles for magnetic fields I found that the best were Ford and Chevy Trucks. The best one I have tested so far is a Ford F-150/250 with 6 or 8 cylinders, 8 being better than 6. 2WD vs 4WD didn't show any noticeable difference. When idle the readings in the drivers & passengers seats were between .25-.5 mG. On the drivers or passengers floor about 1mG. Backseats .25 mG, floors in the back less than .5 mG. While driving the readings did go up, but not a lot and ranged between 1-2mG on the highway for the floor, and between .5-1 mG in the seat (at my face level there was virtually no reading). Very happy after testing about 4 different F-150s of different years 2014, 2015, 2016 and they were all showing the same readings, now I am just trying to find the right one for the right price :)

Not all trucks are good though. I found GMC trucks to be not as good. Toyotas were the worst for trucks. I think dodge trucks would probably have been okay as well though I didn't test any because I am having so many problems with my dodge vehicle right now I don't want another dodge.

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sailplane
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Did you try any Hyundais? You could've made a chart with each car tested, I think it would've been useful =)

See:
https://www.carcomplaints.com/Ford/F-150/2016/
for info about Ford.. you can compare years, and models.. if you have any other possible model.
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SuperLaura
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I may have tested one, maybe not, can't remember there were so many.

Yeah I knew someone would say that! Making a chart wasn't worth the amount of extra time exposing myself and getting super ill. All these car places were right next to cell towers :( I got really sick already :/ sorry! I was in and out of these places lightning fast and was still affected quite badly and still recovering.
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Miller
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That confirms what I've heard from other people about Ford F-150s. At least there's something out there with low numbers.
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I can vouch for the Ford F-150 pickup, also.  We have an older model and I feel better in it than our other vehicles.  It has a slide-in camper which we took for a long trip last summer.  I felt fine and slept like a baby versus my own home which has been infiltrated by power line communication/smart meter where I am robbed of a good night's sleep.  Many campgrounds have antennas or are near cell towers, so we found our own camp areas elsewhere.




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SuperLaura
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Yeah one thing some of the car sales guys told me was that it made sense that the truck would be better because the engine was further forward away from the driver and that most trucks are move heavy duty than other vehicles and have more metal in between the engine and the driver/passenger. I think this may also be helpful to block more wireless radiation on the roads too.
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SuperLaura
I am curious to see also if a truck with a bit of a lift on it is even better...
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JDark
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I have an old early 90's Honda.   None of the new tech.

Laura:  you make some good points about trucks and engines being further.  Also the metal on truck is thicker.
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InTuneATT
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Well there could be so many factors here... cell towers in the area, Bluetooth and wifi turned on in the truck, salesmans cell phone etc...

I figure new vehicles are all going to be about the same, but make sure to turn off all the wireless capabilities and just connect via a wire.
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Plop Plop
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I'm in the Uk and France and having the same sort of problems finding a low mag field modern truck. The newest generation of vans 1995 on are undrivable. I do have an iveco daily with CDi that is effectively 0 anywhere for the driver. I like the old peugeot 205 and 206 Diesels. They are near to zero.  I had a dodge 56 diesel for 20 years but they refused to MOT it because of me being a hippy and its age not condition. Now I have a Mercedes lorry with a Faraday box on the back.
       If my iveco has has no Mag field so it is possible to make HDi vehicles with no fields so why are they ALL  so extremely high? Many are off my meter scale in positions where the body sits.  Is it to magnetise blood deliberately to cause crashes? It seems like thats the most likely answer to me. This is the disconnection of bottom line from human values. The EU only measures the average for the whole vehicle which seems insane to me. Surely this must be a public health issue but doe not seem to be.  Blood is magnetic and clogs and stops your brain getting oxygen.
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Plop Plop
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Old diesel cars are fine as long as the battery and alternator are on the opposite side to the driver. Ideally you would replace  the alternator ( what charges the batteries)( brushless is best) connector with a disconnectable clutch and only use it in emergencies and then charge your batteries with a solar panel with a clean non pulsed charge controller. The problems then comes with where to fit in a set of deep cycle batteries.( 2x the ah of normal cold cranking is the least necessary).   Magnetic fields do rise very fast with current use.  The starting procedure will of course create a huge mag field bit only momentarily. Mag fields are not prone to go very far and drop by the inverse cubed law. There will also be a burst of radio muck.
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Re: Lowest emf vehicle found after testing between 30-40 vehicles!!

Jinna
Google toyota landcruiser 70.

We have an old model, almost a collector car, directly from Japan.

Let's say, we have had a few Toyota Landcruisers, all older models. Now only 2 remain in the garage.

I never felt any problem with these old 70 series. It's amazing, when I compare with any newer car.


We can sleep inside it, travel days and days with it, it never makes me feel any tiredness, nothing.

Husband just bought an Audi RS4, old model, but it takes me less than 20 minutes to feel the effect: fatigue, dizziness, pain on the back...

It feels literally awful.
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earthworm
did anyone try out an electrical car ?
in addition to the environmental impact of the production ( not just steel, rubber, some copper and paint here ), they're probably the worst emf-wise.
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Plop Plop
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I had to go in one to go to the bottom of the deepest open cast quarry in France to pick out a dolman stone.  Actually I felt fine during and after but it was spookey quiet.  I did not have any meters with me but was very surprised that I actually felt nothing bad. I find new petrol cars shite.  It was a French all E car and the French seen to take emissions of EM very seriously unlike the Germans.
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Plop Plop
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As long as you avoid buying something with a bad magnetic field the radiation coming fro the car electrics is probably going to be swamped out by the radiations from masts in v/ms. I drive with my meter on. On rural roads there is nothing but on main roads there is enough to blow your tits off!  Its horrendous in places. I would not want to live there. (Frequency specific bio responses forgotten.)
     Has any one found a cheap sort of NI screening for windows? I am not sure if they might not make things worse if you are rural but might help massively if you are on an urban cycle. Can you get windows that have been "treated".
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Plop Plop
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Ha anyone tried carbon fiber rather than steel reinforced tyres? Does it make a difference? ( Apparently steels can act as giant magnetic field spinners if the are magnetised and not de-gaussed.) Do you use a static earth? (The thing that hangs down like a tail.)  I am getting old and find driving more odious but I am not sure why.  I suspect is is just the phone signals that it is illegal to use when driving. WHY ARE THEY THERE? WHY ARE THEY SO VERY STRONG SIGNAL?  Why not make it so you have to stop and get out to use a phone IE safely?  
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Plop Plop
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This is interesting!
Hybrid & Electric Cars: Electromagnetic Radiation Risks
http://www.saferemr.com/2014/07/shouldnt-hybrid-and-electric-cars-be-re.html