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My Driving

The Transport sector is responsible for 75% of all fuel consumption in Québec.

The government has adopted the target to reduce by 40 % the amount of petroleum products consumed by 2030.

Québec has already begun electrifying transportation. Discover the Action Plan!

Purchase or lease rebate

The Drive Green - Drive Electric Program is offering individuals, businesses, organization and Québec municipalities a rebate of up to $8 000 on the purchase or lease of a new electric vehicle.

Please consult the detailed list of eligible new vehicles to determine the exact amount of the rebate now in force for the vehicle models that interest you.

Hybride vehicles, electric motorcycles or scooters are also eligible for lower rebates. 

Charging station rebate

Have you purchased or leased an all-electric vehicle, a plug-in hybrid vehicle, a low-speed electric vehicle or an electric motorcycle? Did you buy the vehicle new or used? You can also take advantage of financial assistance for the purchase and installation of a 240 volt charging station at your home.

Used vehicle pilot project

You could obtain a government rebate of up to $4 000 if you purchase an eligible used all-electric vehicle.

Under the pilot project, a maximum of 1 000 rebates will be granted between now and March 31, 2018. Find out more about conditions for participation.

Web site :

ecomobile.gouv.qc.caWith you can navigate through the city and discover techniques and advice that will help reduce your fuel consumption. What's more, you'll also learn how small things can have a big impact.

Thanks to this new microsite, we can now share our expertise in ecodriving. It targets all drivers of light duty trucks who wish to adopt new driving techniques to reduce the impact of their driving assignments on the environment. Explore the world of ecodriving!

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Did you know?

Did you know that an engine that runs idle pollutes more that if you stop it and start it up again?

Even considering engine wear, it is not justifiable to let your engine run idle for more than 60 seconds outside of traffic flow.

Consult our energy efficiency offer