I used to just work on 110v live, when you get hit it mainly just [email protected]@es you off more than anything. No way I'd touch anything higher than that.Did anybody do a proper FMEA on electric vehicles?
Seems mostly short sighted thinking to me, despite the global warming exaggerations.
Now imagine the nuts who want us to haul around a cylinder of HYDROGEN at 10,000PSI and park that in our garage at night. That's far more scary than the batteries.
Think about some wanker like me at home fiddling around fixing their own car and causing a leak or something. That's the sort of debauchery that can level an entire house in an instant.
Seems to me that so far, EV's are but a niche thing for greenies to brag about to their buddies or something. It's going to be a really sad day for regular everyday folks when they see their home energy go double or triple per KWH after all the infrastructure capacity increases this causes. Not to mention having to swap a $5-10K battery every 5-7 years. For some reason, humans have a real problem calculating or realizing consequences in advance... like mandatory ethanol, you know, we are basically putting our food in the gas tank... that in itself has also cause some serious market problems with beef prices and taxation, etc.
But now I think I'm getting dangerously close to politics, and I'd rather avoid that sort of subject here.