Media outlets tend to be very quick to report mishaps related to EVs or charging stations, particularly if they belong to high profile companies such as Tesla. Often, it later turns out that the “accident” was caused by third parties.
Now, another such case has come to light – after a Tesla was found burning in an Oregon parking lot, it turns out the fault lies with a drunk-driving Ford Mustang owner, who was doing donuts in the lot until his vehicle overheated, catching fire, before he crashed into the charger, also setting it on fire. Stay safe!
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