Yes, to receive a vehicle rebate the vehicle must remain plated, registered, and insured in British Columbia in the applicant’s name for at least 12 months from date of sale for the low-speed vehicle, zero-emission motorcycles, and utility vehicle categories, and at least 36 months for on-road Medium- and Heavy-Duty vehicle and airport and port specialty vehicle categories.
You must have made your order and purchased the vehicle, however, if the vehicle hasn’t yet been delivered you may still apply. Note you will be required to supply the vehicle identification number (VIN) at the time of application or at some point in the future.
Yes, it is possible to reserve the SUVI rebate funds for a maximum period of 6 months from the date of purchase order and deposit. Applicant must place a purchase order and make a deposit no less than 10% of the purchase price of the vehicles including taxes and relevant charges before making the application. Please note reserving funds is only available for Medium- & Heavy-Duty vehicles category and not other categories.
A neighbourhood zero-emission vehicle means a vehicle that travels on 4 wheels and is powered by an electric motor that is designed to all the vehicle to attain a speed of 32 Km/hr but not more than 40 Km/hr in a distance of 1.6 Km on a paved level surface.
The Go Electric Specialty Use Vehicle Incentive (SUVI) program is open to individuals, businesses, non-profits or public sector organizations that are based in B.C. or have B.C based affiliates. Individuals may only apply for neighbourhood zero-emission vehicles under the low-speed rebate category and all vehicles under the zero-emission motorcycle rebate category. All other applicants may apply for rebates in all the available categories.
Yes, you can stack both the fundings. Please see below link for more information: