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The Sinking Of The Felicity Ace Was A $500 Million Tragedy

10 Apr 2022 | Abstracted from Car Buzz

"...the shipping industry is starting to implement new regulations and restrictions. It makes complete sense, considering the loss of the Felicity Ace cost around $500 million.

"The Felicity Ace belonged to Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL), which has already gone on record stating that it won't transport used EVs anymore. Hybrids are fine, but used battery-powered full-electric vehicles are no longer welcome.

"London-based law firm, Watson Farley & Williams, recently released a report on the topic. It clearly states that there is no evidence to suggest that EVs are more likely to burn than ICE cars. But it is widely known that they burn a lot hotter and for much longer than an ICE car."


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