GM says some Chevy Bolt EV owners should park outside after 2 fires

WASHINGTON — General Motors said on Wednesday it wants some U.S. owners of Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles to park their vehicles outdoors immediately after charging and not leave them charging overnight after reports of two fires.

GM said the mandate should apply to owners of model-year 2017-2019 Chevrolet Bolt EVs that were part of a November 2020 recall, as the largest U.S. automaker investigates the incidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration did not immediately comment.

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