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Early electric cars stored the batteries in the back of the car, and the power was sent to the motor at the front.  The driver and passenger would be located right above some of the electric fields in the floor.

However since Telsa and GM have new designs with the entire floor being batteries, there is even more exposure to electric fields.

 

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Hybrid & Electric Cars: Electromagnetic Radiation Risks

Hybrid and electric cars may be cancer-causing as they emit extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic radiation (EMR) or magnetic fields. Recent studies of the levels of EMR emitted by these automobiles have claimed either that they pose a cancer risk for the vehicles’ occupants or they are safe.

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http://www.saferemr.com/2014/07/shouldnt-hybrid-and-electric-cars-be-re.html

http://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/12/2/1651/htm

 

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Chevy Volt,  Chev Bolt

Toyota Prius, Camry Hybrid, Rav4, Avalon, Lexus GS, Lexus RX

Nissan Leaf

Tesla Roadster

GM Hybrid – Yukon, Sierra, Silverado, Malibu,  Cadillac, Spark, Buick Lacrosse

Volkswagon Hybrid – Jetta, Touareg, E-Golf,  e-Up

Ford Hybrid, Focus

Kia Soul EV Hybrid

Honda Accord Hybrid,  Accura RLX Hybrid,   Fit EV

BMW E-Drive,  I8,  I3

Mercedes Benz Hybrid

Smart Fortwo ED

Chrysler Town and Country Hybrid

Mitsubishi I-Miev

 

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