Tuesday, July 27

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General Motors has warned some Chevrolet Bolt EV owners not to park the cars indoors or charge them unattended after two caught fire

GM has told some Chevrolet Bolt EV owners to park their vehicles outside immediately after charging. The automaker said it had been "notified of two recent Chevrolet Bolt EV fire incidents." GM recalled more than 50,000 Bolt EVs in November after reports of battery fires. See more stories on Insider's business page. General Motors (GM) has told some owners of its 2017-2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV to avoid parking them indoors or charging them unattended after receiving reports of two fires.The company updated a recall notice on Wednesday to ask affected owners "to park their vehicles outdoors immediately after charging and not leave thei...