Electric Vehicles on Fire After Hurricane Not ‘Isolated’ Events: Federal Traffic Safety Authority

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Incidents of electric vehicles (EVs) catching fire after being submerged in saltwater are not uncommon, a federal traffic safety authority said.

“We are tracking Florida EV fires through news reports, fire department social media sites, and other sources, and we can confirm your experience in North Collier with reignition is not an isolated event,” the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wrote in a letter to Jimmy Patronis, the chief financial officer of Florida Department of Financial Services.

NHTSA made the statement in response to a letter from Patronis.

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