The Canadian government has recently incentivized electric vehicles. This happened earlier this week. But many buyers would not be getting access to EVs. Ottawa has taken an oath to incentivize its population of vehicles by about $1.7 billion for the next 2030 plan.
Previously, the federal government had taken steps regarding the zero-emission plant that almost rebates up to $5000 for cars valued at under $45,000.
Greg Morris is on his way out to develop EVs
Greg Morris, who was waiting for the EVs, is upset about the time-consuming procedure. The manufacturer told Greg Morris that it would almost take a year to get him one. Furthermore, Greg told Global News, “I am really very happy that the government is giving incentive for electric vehicles but I am concerned about the availability”. Furthermore, Greg added by saying, “The electric vehicles are really hard to find, they normally are rare to purchase. Even the second-hand market cars of electric vehicles are rare to find. It is the best opportunity for people to get one but I am worried about the availability of such vehicles”.
There are thousands of British Colombians like Morris who are waiting for EVs to be part of their daily lives. They are all willing to have it as soon as possible. In fact, Morris is convinced to gain the best available choice first. Greg has invested a bundle of finance in the available EV like he is the 27,000 in a row to purchase the model Hyundai IONIQ 5. He has also invested in a Kia EV6.
However, Canadians are really facing a scarcity of zero-emission vehicles. A report by Transport Canada says, “Canadians are running out of zero-emission vehicles, in fact, they have completely no stock of them”. Meanwhile, experts in the vehicle industry are citing many reasons for such a long waiting. One such treason, they say is the shortage of supply chains. Also, the shortage of semi-conductors is a big issue accordingly.
Expert views on booking EVs
John Stonier, an expert and spokesperson for Vancouver Electric Vehicle Association, is convinced that very soon people will be having their numbers changed for EVs. He has suggested that EV buyers will have to wait for their turn as soon as there will be EVs available on large scales. Similarly, Stonier also suggests that the public can book their EVs list right at the time as prices will hike at later times. He also suggests that interested candidates can book their EVs according to the infrastructure where they live.
Stonier further added, “Provincial rebates in installing the charging devices will help out the landlords and other investors. They will also increase the real state value because those people searching for condos will sure be looking for places that have charging devices installed already”. The Tuesday federal emission reduction plan also increased the fund by up to $400 million for more charging stations. Canada Infrastructure Bank has taken responsibility for installing such EV charging stations.