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  • Writer's pictureFairCharge

FairCharge quoted in BBC and The Times

FairCharge drew attention to a Twitter post by a father who was denied access to a children's hospital car park because he drove an EV. A security guard at Alder Hey Children's Hospital claimed the car's battery might cause a fire. The hospital said they restricted electric car parking temporarily due to fire sprinkler safety upgrades. EV experts criticized the decision, noting that petrol cars are 20 times more likely to start fires than EVs.



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