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You might reconsider when you hear this: Microbiologist Dr. Anthony Hilton says the average family car is rarely cleaned. And grease and crumbs from food create the perfect growing environment for germs that can trigger everything from skin infections, to food poisoning, to vomiting. If you allow food in your car, Dr. Hilton recommends treating your vehicle as an extension of your home. And clean and disinfect everything that gets touched regularly, at least once a week. Especially the steering wheel, gearshift, door handles, and baby seat buckles.