BoltEV wrote:Evoforce wrote:BoltEV wrote:Anyone who hacks the max speed limit and then is involved in a serious accident will be subject to punitive damages which will not be covered by their auto insurance.
The only thing speculative is whether or not you are hacking your Bolt and driving with excessive and dangerous speeds.
What is clearly not speculative is that your post encourages others to do exactly that!
Your post is now part of your permanent record!
Kinda like your grades from high school and college! Golly, we can surmise that you (more than likely) do not work for a living on building, repairing or modifying things in your physical world. You appear to be overly risk-averse. Lots of things in this life don't just color within the lines. Probably the most dangerous thing that most of us do daily is to be on the road in the first place. People have been modifying vehicles since their invention. Humans learn how to innovate through pushing boundaries and experimentation. Hmmm... Wright Brothers come to mind! Anyway, plenty of us have experimented with creating our own EV's. Those two activities alone might be too risk-averse for some! P.S. I'm a pilot too and we may as well add that on also... Good luck with the scaring people straight!!!