Q: I smell gasoline coming from my car’s air vents. What should I do?
A: Do not drive the car. Have it towed to a technician immediately. Gasoline fumes can be dangerous. You must have a gas leak somewhere. The air vents are pulling outside air into the passenger cabin. The outside air must be getting contaminated with gas vapors (probably from the engine compartment). A gas leak can be dangerous, so get it checked out by a qualified technician.