Now offering home and public charging solutions, giving you a complete view of your energy reports and charging activity, and providing support for your EV drivers, wherever they are.
The Wheels and ChargePoint partnership provides the tools companies need to electrify their fleet including at-home charging hardware, access to over 125,000 public-charging points and software that allows for consolidated reporting, visibility, and financial controls for fleet managers.
As organizations look to decrease their carbon footprint and meet greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets, these partnerships make it easier for fleets to move forward on their electrification journey.
The partnership with ChargePoint is the latest enhancement to our EcoWheels Program and completes our Take-Home EV offering.
To learn more about EcoWheels and our suite of EV solutions please contact a member of your Wheels Account Team.
This week the province of Ontario announced the removal of licence plate renewal fees and stickers, effective March 13, 2022. Further, vehicle owners will be eligible to receive a refund for renewals paid retroactive to March of 2020. While fleet vehicles are exempt from the refund, they will benefit from the elimination of renewal fees.
A renewal process will remain for all vehicles to validate current insurance and pay any outstanding fines owned by the plate owner (including unpaid tolls), but this is a radical departure from previous requirements designed to benefit Ontario residents.
Also, Premier of Ontario Doug Ford announced the removal of tolls from highways 412 and 418, effective beginning April 5, 2022. These two North-South highways run through the Durham region. Removal of these tolls was made in response to complaints about the tolls by Durham residents, as the imposition of tolls resulted in clogging local roads with additional traffic due to vehicle drivers avoiding 412/418 because of the toll costs.