Yes. The EV Universal Incentive offers new and used battery electric vehicles (BEV) a $5750 incentive. New and used plug-in hybrids (PHEV) are eligible for a $3250 incentive.

Each vehicle, as identified by the unique vehicle identification number (VIN), will be eligible for one new and one used EV Incentive. To confirm a used vehicle VIN is still eligible for an EV incentive go to Search EV Rebate Status.

Electric vehicles use lithium-ion batteries which are expected to last 10 years or more!

Most EVs available today have a charge of approximately 400km. The range can vary based on the vehicle, battery health and driving conditions.

Most electric vehicles are charged at home with a Level 1 or Level 2 charger. If you need to charge while you’re on the road, there is a constantly growing charging infrastructure in Canada. Apps and websites like PlugShare and A Better Route Planner can help you plan road trips and find EV chargers while you’re on the road.

Charging time will vary based on the type of charger you are using and the charge level of your electric vehicle battery. Home charging averages between 6 – 8 hours and is usually done overnight.

Home charging typically costs less than $5 for a full charge.

Electric vehicles require very little maintenance! EVs don’t have as many moving parts as a traditional vehicle and don’t require any oil changes..

Electric vehicles are great for winter driving! The weight of the battery lowers the centre of gravity and greatly increases the traction of the wheels.