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The Woke Mob and Environment fanatics, presstitutes and politicians mired in sleaze demand we purchase, lease and rent electric and hybrid cars in our home garages which may be an integral part of our homes.
A shipping company in Norway has banned electric, hybrid and hydrogen vehicles from its ferries, according to Junge Freiheit. The fact is that when an electric car ignites, it is almost impossible to put out the fire by rail, ship or aircrew. In February of this year, the Felicity Ace ship sank off the Azores along with thousands of electric cars and Porsche or Bentley cars on board.
Listed Norwegian shipping company Havila has banned electric, hybrid and hydrogen vehicles from its ferries. After a risk analysis, it was concluded that the risks to the safety of the fleet are too great: if such a car starts to burn, the fire can no longer be extinguished.
The danger to ships, trains and planes associated with the transport of electric vehicles has already been discussed after the ship Felicity Ace sank off the Azores in February this year, the newspaper recalls. The e-cars on board caught fire. The fire could not be extinguished. In the end, the huge ship sank along with thousands of electric cars and Porsche or Bentley cars.
According to a report by shipping news service TradeWinds, Havila shipping company chief Bent Martini said that according to a risk analysis, an e-car fire would require a particularly difficult rescue operation.
The crew on board could not have extinguished it. Passengers will also be at risk. For vehicles with internal combustion engines, the situation is different. With a possible fire, as a rule, the crew easily coped.
After the sinking of the Felicity Ace, Greenpeace also warned against the use of electric vehicles on ships. ’In general, electronic components and especially electric vehicles pose a danger to any vehicle,’ the organization said at the time.
The shipping company Havila sends ships along the so-called mail shipping route along the coast of Northern Norway. These tours are important for Scandinavian passenger and freight traffic and are also very popular with holidaymakers, according to the German newspaper Junge Freiheit. You can share this story on social media.
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