The Victoria Automotive Chamber of Commerce is calling for an Australian auto industry conference to establish a system for the safe handling of electric vehicles. VACC Executive Director David Purchase says EVs run on about 15,000 volts of electricity, which is more than enough to kill a person. “Working on an electric vehicle is a dangerous activity, and that is why we believe the automotive industry should be involved in discussions regarding training, regulation, national standards ...

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