zero emission vehicle canada

If buying a new car is on your to-do list this year, you may want to consider the financial support available from the federal government to help you make the purchase.

In 2021, the government introduced a new mandatory target that all new light-duty cars and passenger trucks sold in Canada must be zero-emission by 2035, which means investing in a greener vehicle could be a smart move.

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If you're looking to buy a new car and are considering going greener, there's plenty of support out there! In fact, the federal government could even offer you up to $5,000 towards your new car via the Incentives for Zero-Emission Vehicles (iZEV) program.

Last year, the Government of Canada laid out a new mandatory target requiring all new light-duty cars and passenger trucks sold in the country to be zero-emission by 2035.

This means that the sale of new gas-powered cars will be banned, in an effort to cut pollution levels and fight climate change.

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If you have been thinking of purchasing an electric vehicle, it may be helpful to know that the Government of B.C. has a rebate program that will help you save some money.

The province says that zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) can help save the average B.C. driver between $1,800 to $2,500 per year on fuel costs.

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If you've been thinking about buying a more environmentally friendly car, the Government of Canada's Incentives for Zero-Emission Vehicles (iZEV) program may be able to help pay for it.

The federal program offers Canadians up to $5,000 to buy or lease a Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV), in order to help make clean technology "more affordable."

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