The only people who donâ€™t carry similar amounts of asbestos are those who have lived all their lives in freakily remote areas with no roads.
The town of Asbestos, Quebec, Canada[*] seems to be somewhat remote and does not (currently) have anything to do with asbestos, but it does have roads so for that sole reason it does not qualify according to your criteria.
The current list of components that might
contain asbestos is:Engine:
Composite head gaskets
Composite exhaust pipe gaskets
"Rope"-type oil seals on early machinesCycle Parts:
Steering damper friction material
Girder fork friction materialElectrical:
Fabric wiring insulation
What else should be on this list?
Note: Triton thrasher mentioned Klingerit and Halite gaskets as possibilities but, at least as far as current production goes, they are asbestos-free.
[*] Prevailing winds are from west to east, ensuring the town of a constant supply of fresh Canadian air.