July 21, 2009

B.C towns OK low-speed electric cars

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Three towns on Vancouver Island have changed their bylaws to allow low-speed electric cars known as Neighbourhood Zero Emission Vehicles, reports Bill Cleverley of the Victoria Times Colonist. They’re allowed on roads with speed limits of 50 km/hr or less. In light of the changes by Oak Bay, Colwood and Esquimalt, Victoria is considering a similar move.

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