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GM warns Bolt owners to self-isolate

2021-09-18 18:40:06.795092+02 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

So, yeah, we bought an electric car with 250 miles of range. We were promptly told to not run it past 90% or below 40%. Soooo, 125 miles of range. Now we're asked to not park closer than 50' to other cars... Our lot is 52' wide... There are various reasons we didn't go with a Tesla, and there have been all sorts of complaints about initial quality on the them, but it's really making me wonder how much catch-up the conventional automakers are gonna have to do, 'cause they've been fucking around on this for so long...

GM Tells Bolt Owners to Park 50 Feet Away From Other Cars

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#Comment Re: GM warns Bolt owners to self-isolate made: 2021-09-18 19:51:11.508108+02 by: ebradway

Too bad GM didn't benefit from a government program that gave them billions to prototype an EV a couple decades ago...

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