Cause its burnt.
because that is where you olfactory organs are and something is burning nearby.
That depends on the exit, in most cases yes you would slow down when exiting a highway, but there are off-ramps that are mostly straight and lead to another highway.
the fat would burn off and smell bad
If you locked your wheels and slid, you burnt your tires and that will smell like burnt oil, since they ARE petroleum products.
The smell of cannabis is quite pungent, reminds me of a mixture of wet soil and burnt pine needles. Probably would smell different for each person.
Giant explosion occurs leaving only the smell of burnt pubic hair.
Brown fluid = burnt fluid (either dark brown or black in color) . In the early stages of slipping, a burnt smell will be the first noticeable indication.
There is a short in your wiring somewhere to your radio. I would check it out. Or get it checked.
That is almost always an indication of a failed transmission. Check the fluid for a burnt smell.
The main part of diesel fuel is kerosene, which produces thick black smoke, and gives that smell that is commonly associated with diesel. most likely if it is white smoke, it is antifreeze, if it has a blue tint to it, it is oil. the smell of burnt diesel is rather strong so it could cancel the burnt oil smell, or on the other hand it could be coolant, because burned coolant doesn't have a strong smell. I would check your coolant and oil levels, and check your coolant for having oil in it.
The "burnt match" smell is from sulfur. More than likely, if your feces smells like sulfur, then you probably ate sulfur-rich foods such as eggs.A methane smell would come from foods that attract a lot of bacteria in the intestines, often items that don't digest that well in the body. That might include eggs too, as well as beans, and a number of other things.
Many things can cause a burning smell under the hood of your car, if the smell is accompanied by smoke you are most likely looking at a fluid leak dripping onto something hot and burning off. If it smells sweet this would be a sign of a coolant leak. A ozone type smell would most likely be caused by a burnt clutch (standard transmission) or brakes hanging up and staying applied. burnt clutch smell would be expected if you have a new driver learning to drive a stick. An exhaust leak would smell, well, quite frankly like exhaust which is a dangerous gas to be inhaling (CO2, CO, etc). either way if your car is smelling funky you should really have a professional auto technician check it out to prevent damage to your health, the environment or future damage to your vehicle.
It would get more burnt
The Single Fastest and Most efficient Road to travel from the Pentagon to the Smithsonian is first the entrance to Highway 395 which is colored yellow orange then a burnt Orange line ;14th street Bridge on Highway 395
burning flesh, fire, stale urine, blood, dirt, depression, and tears. Muggy water, burnt food, gas, wood.
I would suspect the bulb is burnt out.I would suspect the bulb is burnt out.
i would say that there is not much flora but what there is would not be too exiting cause it would be cold
coffee and pollution
I suspect you would smell nothing at all.
Rats do not smell so the answer would be THERE IS NO SMELL!
Naturally, I think you should slow down when you exit a highway but how much you should slow down ultimately is up to the driver. If you're not a very experienced driver then I would suggest that you slow down to the suggested ramp speed, which is posted before the ramp by a sign that has black letters and numbers with a yellow background. Those are suggested speed signs, those signs tell you a speed that you can safely take the ramp at. As far as exiting in general, yes you should.
it stands for the person who burnt them. it would be burnt on to their shoulder blades.
if they would it would be the interstate highway :D enjoy