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This company is urging EV infrastructure prep
February 2, 2023 by Adam Malik

Canada has crossed the tipping point for electric vehicles and sitting idle on necessary infrastructure isn’t an option, an energy management company recently urged. EVs are no longer a novelty, EnerSavings noted in a recent announcement. It cited Bloomberg analysis

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Top trends to expect from carmakers in 2023
February 1, 2023 by Cedric Jackson

This year could be another difficult year for automakers and dealers, according to forecasts. While supply chain disruptions that prevailed in 2021 and 2022 are easing, the situation is not yet expected to return to a pre-COVID state this year.

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How many EVs to expect in 10 years, and why
January 31, 2023 by Adam Malik

An industry analyst projected that battery electric vehicles will have a 10 per cent market share by 2025 and grow to 57 per cent 10 years from now. And there’s no reason why that shouldn’t happen, according to Daniel Ross,

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Make some noise: EVs, hybrids to have minimum sound levels
January 24, 2023 by Adam Malik

At low speeds, electric and hybrid vehicles make virtually no noise thanks to quiet motors. But that won’t be the case any longer. The federal government is amending the Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations to mandate minimum levels of noise from

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How our relationship with cars is changing
January 18, 2023 by Adam Malik

Kids these days don’t care about a loping idle in a 1969 Camaro, a prominent automotive leader recently observed. And it’s this attitude that is part of the change in the relationship happening between consumers and vehicles. Flavio Volpe, president

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How to check how healthy an EV battery is
January 11, 2023 by Adam Malik

Just how healthy is that battery on an electric vehicle? That’s not just a key question for current owners but especially for those looking at the used market. vsNew, Inc. recently announced the launch of its EV and Hybrid Battery

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Key differences between EV and ICE repair customers
January 6, 2023 by Adam Malik

Electric vehicle owners have a different level of expectations from their automotive repairer than those who drive gas-powered vehicles, according to an expert. For instance, they’re digital natives. They use their mobile device as the key to their vehicle. And

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Group issues EV infrastructure proposals
January 5, 2023 by Adam Malik

With a target of 100 per cent zero-emission vehicle sales, getting charging infrastructure in place is a must for Canadians. A group recently released a report looking at how to “thoughtfully” set up charging networks so the country can properly

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Canada tightens up EV transition plan
January 3, 2023 by Adam Malik

New regulations proposed towards the end of last year mean that on-in-five of all passenger vehicles sold in Canada need to be electric by 2026. Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault announced the proposal Dec. 21. Furthermore, the mandate will hit 60

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Who is really driving the EV conversation?
December 23, 2022 by Adam Malik

The real drivers of the push for electric vehicles are those who can’t even get a driver’s licence, according to a recent report. ABB E-mobility, a global technology company, released the results of its global survey that found that 82.6%

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Roads may soon be able to wirelessly charge EVs
December 21, 2022 by Adam Malik

Some states south of the border are exploring the possibility of charging electric vehicles wirelessly as they drive across roads. Pew Charitable Trusts, of which the Pew Research Center is a subsidiary, recently highlighted an initiative in Michigan. The state’s

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Majority of Canadians prefer EVs
December 20, 2022 by Adam Malik

More than half of Canadians told a recent survey that they would prefer to drive an electric vehicle over an internal combustion engine vehicle. Financial comparison website Compare the Market surveyed Canadians, Australians and Americans about vehicle preferences. The majority