Larry’s journey through electric vehicle ownership has been a path from plug-in hybrid to fully electric, to charging infrastructure research for condo buildings and now educating other drivers who want to go electric.
Danielle trains guide-dogs and lives in Duncan, BC. In 2019, she decided to buy an electric vehicle. She researched cost-of-ownership and believed that her yearly operating costs would be reduced.
Lorna estimates that she’s saved $2,000 on gas bills, to say nothing of future maintenance costs. “It pays to be part of the solution.” When Tesla launched its first electric vehicle back […]
Road trips are still a great joy and not a problem with so many chargers everywhere. I’ll own EV forever now. No going back. Jon, Castlegar, BC Jon lives in Castlegar and […]
“Before buying I must have watched a hundred videos of Teslas in winter, specifically rear wheel drive models like the the one we planned to drive. The dual motor version was out […]
“It was then and there that I resolved to do my part.” Tracy has chosen to cut pollution by reducing the amount of driving she does – and make whatever driving is still necessary emissions-free.
What began with an LED lightbulb led to an electric vehicle. Pat and David from Creston had been wanting to make some lifestyle changes. They wanted to make better use of local […]
Braeden knew he wanted to own an electric vehicle ever since Toyota brought a Prius to his high school in Cranbrook for Earth Day in 2009. It took seven years to do […]