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SOURCE: Causes cancer?
It's a result of Proposition 65 (here's a wiki page about it) a California law requiring that sticker on any product containing lead, among other things.
Your GPS has electrical components which are attached with solder, a tin/lead alloy. Since it contains lead, the law says that it must bear that warning.
If you don't eat it, you personally should be fine.
If you recycle it instead of throwing it in the trash, the groundwater should be fine.
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
Be sensible. In any event, not a chance of backing into your house water.
Think a bit about this absurdity. Cancer warnings are so overblown and abused - its no longer possible to know the real and more obvious threats apart from those with no practical threat whatsoever. California is one of those absurd states which has thus blurred the practical usefulness of these warnings....tell me that is not whats most dangerous :/
Posted on Jul 08, 2015
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