Is driving a ZERO emission vehicle important to you or your family? Are you thinking about saving money at the gas pump, while becoming more environmentally aware?
- Great! Visit us today at Carter GM Burnaby to test drive from our large range of affordable and efficient 2020 Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles and be prepared to SAVE! *** View OUR selection here! ***
- Right now, receive an additional Carter discount of $500, PLUS SAVE $6,000* courtesy of the vehicle Scrap-it Program, PLUS receive an additional $8,000 ($5,000 Federal Government rebate and $3,000 Provincial Government rebate) reduction… for a total of $14,500 in SAVINGS towards your new electric vehicle!
What is the Scrap-It program?
- The Scrap-It program provides financial incentives (up to$6,000) for residents of British Columbia to scrap their high polluting vehicles for an electric vehicle and other low carbon forms of transportation.
- During 2020 the Scrap-It program was able to provide residents of BC 2,000 incentives towards the purchase of new and used electric vehicles.
Does your old vehicle qualify?
- All applicant(s) must be the registered owner(s) of the vehicle being scrapped.
- All applicants must be able to provide evidence from ICBC that they have had continuous driving insurance (not including storage) on their vehicle, as the registered owners, for the 6 month period from the date they apply to the program, backward.
Is the Scrap-it Program a government-backed incentive?
- No, Scrap-It is a not-for-profit independent society that relies on private funding, grants, and contributions from a variety of sources as well as program partners in order to offer incentives to customers.
Fast Facts – Did you know?
- Vehicle Testing results show the worst polluting 1995 model year and older vehicles produce up to 86 times more smog-forming emissions than 2004 or newer models.
- Replacing a 1990 sedan with a 2020 hybrid vehicle can result in a reduction of up to 67% in greenhouse gases.
- Vehicles are responsible for 45% of British Columbia’s household greenhouse gas emissions
- By weight, over 75% of a typical vehicle is recyclable. All harmful and hazardous materials such as oil, gas, mercury switches, and tires are removed prior to the recycling process. The vehicle is then crushed at a local scrap merchant and sent to a steel manufacturer for recycling, where the steel is used for a variety of products such as new bikes, cars, and buses.
Questions about zero-emission driving or the Scrap-It program? Great! CALL OR TEXT US NOW! (604) 245-1847