Wednesday, 19 June 2024
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The EV incentive program in Ottawa is considering embracing used cars

  • The goal of the federal government’s investigation is to “see if it is feasible to extend the iZEV program’s scope to include used vehicles.”
  • Customers can purchase used electric cars with incentives from provinces.
  • By 2035, all new cars sold must be plug-in hybrids, fuel cell electric, or all-electric.

As Ottawa seeks to phase out gas-powered cars, government research indicates that federal incentives for used electric vehicles may be in the works.

According to Canada’s most recent progress report on emissions reduction, the federal government intends to “investigate the feasibility of broadening the scope of the Incentives for Zero Emission Vehicles (iZEV) program to encompass used vehicles.” However, there isn’t much information in the report’s three lines.

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It is an EV incentive program known if talks to extend the government incentive program for electric vehicles are taking place, according to Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault and Transport Minister Pablo Rodriguez.

Rodriguez’s office referenced his most recent ministerial mandate letter, in which the minister pledges to increase affordability and hasten the Canadian public and private sectors’ adoption of zero-emission automobiles, including used cars.

Nonetheless, incentives for secondhand cars are not mentioned in the mandate letter. Customers can purchase used electric cars with incentives from provinces including Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Quebec.

By 2035, all new cars sold must be plug-in hybrids, fuel cell electric, or all-electric, according to recently announced governmental regulations. As the used car industry is expanding and more Canadians cannot afford new cars, one think tank is urging Ottawa to expand the incentives to include used cars.

A larger federal incentive program may persuade reluctance among drivers to make the changeover, according to the Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers’ Association, which is the trade association for General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis. The incentives offered to Canadians must be sufficiently substantial to ease their transition to a new technology that still causes some anxiety.

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