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Author Topic: Security issues caused by EVs  (Read 499 times)
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« on: July 01, 2018, 05:21:51 PM »

I was watching an average USA spy movie and one thing that came up was the security check done on a car - pop the hood and trunk, visual check of the cabin and mirrors were used to check the underside.

What on earth will security teams do with cars that are built around a solid 500kg+ mass of batteries? It's not going to be that had to swap 400kg of the batteries for other items.

Border control is going to have an even worse problem as they will be unable to allocate the additional resources needed for additional complicated checks. At the moment they can handle things like checking the fuel tank with a simple stick, but that is only a small space compared to a battery.
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