Ring in the New Year with us, "Hot Rod" Mike and co-host, Cathi and friends, on New Year's Eve. Grab your favorite beverage, put on your party clothes and join us as we welcome in the New Year. Tune in to the Rock 'N Roll Garage New Years Eve Party on Cruisin' 92.1 FM WVLTfrom 8pm to 2021 where we'll say good-riddance to 2020 playing our favorite hits, sharing some news, playing some games, and music, music, and more music.
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GM Issues Recall on 2017-2019 Chevy EV Bolt NHTSA - Is aware of two "recent" fires that already received recall service.
GM recently issued a recall to over 50,000 Chevy Bolt EV owners. 2017-2019 Bolts equipped with batteries manufactured by LG Chem in South Korea carry a risk that these high-voltage batteries, located under the rear passenger seats, could catch fire. The Bolt EV has a 60.0-kWh lithium-ion battery pack. GM and the NHTSA have both confirmed five instances of fires related to the battery packs.
As a result, owners are told not to park the cars in garages, near houses, and not to leave them charging overnight until serviced. In the meantime, they have issued an informative/ instructional video detailing the issue and how owners should set the maximum charge on their vehicles to ninety-percent.