The pollen filter sits in the cabin or engine compartment. Most standard filters use an electrostatic paper filter to collect pollen, and all kinds of other dirt and debris. Many premium models use carbon filters. This stops unpleasant smells, spores, fungus, and toxic gases from entering your cabin. Keeping your cabin free of toxins can help prevent headaches and nausea, in addition to intense sneezing from hay fever, or breathing problems due to asthma. Experts normally advise changing your pollen filter once a year or every 12,000 to 15,000 miles. If you live in a built-up urban or industrial area, you should replace it more often.
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