It was announced earlier this week that the Norwegian shipping company Havila has become the first company to prohibit EV cars on their ferries, following the sinking of the ferry "Felicity Ace" last year, which resulted from a fire of EV car batteries. The Felicity Ace had 3,828 cars on board when it burned and sank, many of them high-end luxury vehicles. This is another restriction to EV vehicles that surfaced during 2022, as some states, such as California, have mandated that more EV vehicles must be produced to allegedly fight climate change. When Hurricane Ian ravaged Florida in 2022, it was reported that many water-logged EV cars caught fire and were very difficult to put out. When a heat wave hit California in 2022 just before Labor Day, the government told owners of EV cars to NOT charge them because the electrical grid was overloaded from homes running air conditioning. These restrictions on EV cars just highlight more problems with this technology as according to a recent report published in Finland, the world does not have enough lithium and cobalt to replace batteries in EV cars every 10 years. As I have been warning for the past few years now, the technology is crashing, not evolving.