Winter driving can be dangerous and also has higher energy consumption. However there’s a misconception that electric vehicles fair much worse than their internal combustion engine counterparts. Electric vehicles […]
Paul Carter replied to the topic Tesla Canada/British Columbia Regional/Provincial Differences in the forum General 1 month, 2 weeks ago
It’s due to a law in the Motor Vehicle Act. There’s a change.org petition to change it: https://www.change.org/p/transportation-minister-remove-bcs-bird-dogging-laws-for-evs-to-support-a-sustainable-transportation-future
National Drive Electric Week, presented, now globally by Plug In America, Sierra Club and the Electric Auto Association, Drive Electric Events are on now.
Plug In America also released in conjunction with […]
Paul Carter replied to the topic Tesla Canada/British Columbia Regional/Provincial Differences in the forum General 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Referral Program in British Columbia
Please note that referrers (owners providing a referral code to a buyer) aren’t eligible for rewards & prizes.
However, the buyer is eligible to “Save” on their eligible purchase by using anyone’s referral code.
Thus buyers can receive program incentives like Free Supercharging for the life of the car, or…[Read more]
Paul Carter started the topic Tesla Canada/British Columbia Regional/Provincial Differences in the forum General 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Collision Repair, Glass Replacement Mobile App , and Seasonal Tire Swaps Appointments
In Canada you cannot book Collision Repair and Glass Replacements via the mobile app, despite the option.
You need to find your nearest certified repair shop at Tesla’s Body Shop[ Support page.
Here are some Glass Repair/Replacement options.
Visions Auto Glass…[Read more]
Paul Carter replied to the topic Green license plate petition to the Government of British Columbia in the forum Community Participation 6 months, 1 week ago
I’ll followup. Hope we can get it out for signatures next month.
We aren’t doing any other Earth Day events due to logistics, lack of volunteers, & interest this year. Next year we’ll try a little harder to get the logistics worked out earlier. (The Tesla event was sprung on us a little too late for proper planning.)
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