British Columbians looking to buy a new electric bike will soon be able to get some cash back for their purchase, according to the provincial government.
In a media release issued Thursday, the B.C. government announced that rebates will be available to residents older than 19 starting next month. Rebates will be based on a person’s income and range from $350 to $1,400.
To be eligible, the e-bike must cost more than $2,000 before taxes and be purchased from a participating e-bike retailer after June 1. The province has yet to publish a list of those retailers but says it will do so on this website on June 1.
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