Until recently, people are welcomed and strongly encouraged to buy electric cars. But this trend is reversing extremely quickly. Electric car bans are becoming more and more common.
Following the words of an elite driver from the Davos forum who stated that the elite do not want to use electric cars because they consider them too dangerous. The driver literally stated that these cars (electric cars) are for the common man.
A Norwegian shipping company bans the use of electric cars on its ferries. According to a risk analysis, the risk of ignition of such vehicles is too great.
Havila Shipping CEO Bent Martini said, according to a report by shipping news service TradeWinds, that a risk analysis showed that an EV fire would require a particularly expensive salvage operation. It could not have been secured by the crew on board. Passengers would also be at risk.
The time won't be far when you won't be able to park your electric car in the mall. It's too dangerous for everyone else, including the building itself.
Have you ever wondered how safe electric cars are? Apart from the fact that you won't be breathing in the noxious fumes from an internal combustion engine if you follow such a car, the rest is pretty dubious.
On the one hand, crashes are a common phenomenon, the sudden strange actions of software, actions that lead to accidents.
But until now, there has rarely been talk of harmful electromagnetic radiation. And it turns out that such electromagnetic radiation exists.
The electromagnetic radiation test shows that sitting in an electric car is like standing near a working microwave oven.
- Mobile phone: 120 mW/m2
- To the door of the Microwave oven: 360 mW/m2
- Microwave oven (at a distance of 1-2m): 100 mW/m2
- Inside a Tesla car: 100-120 mW/m2
Incidents with Elon Musk's Tesla cars are on the rise despite constant software improvements.
Cars are now getting bigger and threatening safe driving.
Tesla seems to be in serious trouble. Just hours after Elon Musk pompously announced the introduction of autonomous driving, a Tesla electric car suddenly braked on the San Francisco Bay Bridge, causing a massive accident. 8 cars collided, 9 people were injured, including a two-year-old child, and traffic on the bridge remained blocked for an hour.
The driver told police that he was using the new "Full Self-Driving" feature, after which the car turned on the left turn signal and braked.