I think you're wrong.I have very little confidence that GM/LG will be able to fix the manufacturing problem, then produce 140,000 new battery packs, then get them installed in everyone's car in a timely fashion. It's a process that would take many years. Customers can not wait many years with a car that only has a range of 110 miles.
So once again, GM is not being forthcoming. First they try the software scam that they knew would not work. Now they are trying to tell us they will replace batteries but they have not announced a credible plan to make that happen.
It's all just another stall tactic while they negotiate with LG to see who is going to pay for our buyouts.
The way I see this playing out is that GM will announce that LG has solved the problem and we should all trust them to do battery replacements. But they won't announce how soon those replacements will happen. Like the Hyundai battery recall, the replacements will start to trickle out without any visibility as to when individual customers will get their turn. Again, this is just another stalling tactic while they pray that the new batteries don't catch on fire and they delay having to do buyouts.
Eventually, it will become apparent that the battery replacement plan is not working. Lawsuits gain momentum. At that point, customers are given an offer that they can either continue to wait or get a buyback. Buyouts happen for those willing to accept a non-negotiable offer from GM.
All this is far from "doing the right thing".
Are you going to sell your Bolt? You keep talking about the danger, sell it and you wouldn't have to worry, and could get some sleep.