Ford of Canada is one step closer to being able to sell its Th!nk line of electric vehicles in Canada. Transport Canada finally has revised its Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations to allow low-speed vehicles (LSVs) on the road. In Canada LSVs are defined as vehicles that operate at 32-40 km (20-25 mph) an hour. It's a category into which motorized scooters fall, as well as electric vehicles such as Ford's new Th!nk line of small electric powered vehicles. The problem is that there are no ...
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