Dadoffourgirls wrote: NamMedevac 70 wrote:
Typical forum BS. ...
"Battery fires were such a huge issue for General Motors that the company had to issue a mass recall on the Chevy Bolt EV. The recall cost the company over one billion dollars. GM is looking to cut ties with LG following its battery fire issue....
Battery fires were enough to make GM want to abandon its partnership with LG. It seems LG isn’t the only company that is producing EV batteries that can cause fires. According to CNBC, the F-150 Lightning models that are fire risks are powered by SK On batteries. These batteries power several popular electric vehicles, including the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6." What part of this news story is a lie ????. This same news has appeared in other business news articles besides motor biscuit KH. Many RVers own other EV vehicles besides the F 150.
Retired financial/tax accountant and overseas commercial helicopter pilot.
GM and LG continue a partnership to build Ultium batteries.
GM did replace batteries for all Bolt's.
There were less Bolt fires than Tesla's running into parked emergency equipment on the highway.
I own a EV, gasoline, and diesel. I use what makes sense. Please continue to research information from reliable and varied sources.
Tesla doesnt run into anything.
Read the owners manual before driving Tesla.
Sleeping behind the wheel or being drunk then blaming Tesla was the cause in each acident.