Whether you own an EV or you're thinking about buying one, here's how to avoid any potential bumps in the road.
6 powerful perks
Get money back
Reduce upfront costs with government incentives up to $14,000.
Less expensive than gas
Save hundreds of dollars a year on fuel while reducing maintenance costs too.*
Better for the environment
EVs produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions than gas-fuelled cars.
No more range anxiety
Drive 140-450 km on a single charge. That’s like driving from Toronto to Peterborough!
Enjoy green benefits
Green licence plates provide access to certain HOV lanes to help get you to your destination faster.
Easy and convenient
Quick chargers can provide a full battery charge in less than an hour – and if you need a boost, public charging stations are available province-wide.
*Driving a 1.5L 4-cylinder Honda Civic 20,000 km/year will cost $1,265 in gasoline, based on $0.93/l. Driving a Nissan Leaf the same distance will cost $484 to charge, based on $0.13/kWh. That's a savings of $781 per year.
Compare the costs**
$300 per year to charge
$0.78 per day
(charging at night)
$700 per year
$1.92 per day
(both gasoline and electricity)
$1,000 – $2,500 per year to fuel
Up to 8 times more spent each day!
** Source: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/vehicles/electric/charging-electric-vehicle.shtml#Resources
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