I'm not here to troll or spread FUD. We all know car fires with EVs are less likely than ICE cars catching on fire. They are extremely rare and are usually caused by some serious physical impact or force. But if it happens, just stay away! I just found a video of a small electric bike on fire and found it very interesting and eye opening. The guy does the right thing. He uses a hose and puts lots of water on it. That is the official protocol for fire fighter when dealing with an EV on fire. The water doesn't put out the fire, it helps cooling down the cells that are not on fire yet and hopefully they won't start burning. It is close to impossible to extinguish a Lithium battery fire as it produces it's own Oxygen. The video just shows how, despite putting lots of water on a small battery pack, you can't put it out. t just keeps going. If you are ever in a situation where you witness an EV on fire, just stay away and cut your losses. A massive battery pack is impossible to put out.