I have question. On every so occasion you may drive by a vehicle engulfed in flames. Usually these are onboard fires (versus something next door getting them.) Call me a paranoid owner or what ... so I wonder on an otherwise highly maintained car what can I do as she ages to minimize some kind of fatal fuel related fire? I ask this as I would hate to see a babied car engulfed in flames and have the insurance company give me back nothing of the thousands I spend to keep her alive. 1)Preemptive Replacement of fuel rail-line rubber hose interfaces? 2)Inspection of fuel lines? 3)Do nothing and not think about it as fire is statistically unlikely as a complete brake failure? Thanks!