Tires that wear out quicker present other safety hazards: “Braking, hydroplaning, and winter traction

could get worse, Stockburger said, “and then you’ve got this heavy vehicle spinning out.” Such cars

could endanger pedestrians, bikers, and other drivers, deepening a roadway-safety crisis that is unique

to the U.S. And the huge batteries they require consume scarce minerals that could otherwise power

smaller, more efficient models.

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