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Feb. 1, 2021—Despite the common assumption that EVs are more fire-prone than their ICE and hybrid counterparts, a study from shows that electric vehicles actually have the fewest vehicle fires per 100,000 units.

Laura Adams, a senior analyst from AutoinsuranceEZ, joins the show today to talk about EV fire risk and why shops should still work to maintain a safe work space that can lower the chance of fires.


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