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The cars pass almost silently, but you see hundreds of them on the streets. Salt Spring Island, Canada’s green magnet, claims to have the highest concentration of electric vehicle owners in North America.
And it stands to reason. The island, off the B.C. coastline, is just 27 kilometres end to end. A round trip is well within reach of even the EVs with the most limited range on the market. Temperate winters also mean EV batteries aren’t subject to extreme cold, which can reduce range by up to a quarter in Canada’s more frigid communities.
The provincial government also offers a rebate which, as of this month, can be combined with a new federal rebate of up to $5,000 to buy electric vehicles.
But while Salt Spring Island might seem like an EV utopia, not everyone who’d like a set of greener wheels is perfectly happy. And it’s for largely the same set of reasons keeping many Canadians in other parts of the country from letting go of gasoline-powered transportation.
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B.C.’s Salt Spring Island might seem like the perfect place to have an electric vehicle, from climate to short driving distances to government rebates. But even there it doesn’t take long to see some of the same issues keeping people across Canada from letting go of gasoline-powered transportation.
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