A Japanese import agent has spotted potential in Canberra nation as a capital provider to the electric vehicle industry. The Tasmanian-based Good Car Company stated that it uses a ‘heavy sales’ strategy to ‘reduce margins’ and offer those savings to […]
A Japanese import agent has spotted potential in Canberra nation as a capital provider to the electric vehicle industry. The Tasmanian-based Good Car Company stated that it uses a ‘heavy sales’ strategy to ‘reduce margins’ and offer those savings to their well-regarded buyers. Before any buyer deals with auction savings for Freight on Board Pricing, the company first looks at savings worth $1500 on the vehicles. Anton Vikstrom, managing director of Good Car Company, stated that his workforce tries the best to offer a great experience in the delivery of electric automobiles.
The company has sold 67 vehicles through its huge buy policy so far, and many of its buyers come from Tasmania and Vitoria. The company does not have a direct retail presence in the ACT, so Good Cr Company does not require an ACT motor traders’ license. The buyer becomes the car owner after purchasing it, and CWC Auto Services situated in Ainslie gives services like warranty and parts support.
Mr. Vikstrom stated that Good Car Company has a vetting process that looks for electric vehicles with the best quality during the sale. Additionally, the company gives a non-statutory warrant of six months and a one-month buy-back policy.
Shane Rattenbury, ACT Emissions Reduction Minister, said that the authority looks after incentives given to owners of electric vehicles. The inclusion of second-hand electric cars is among the incentives in the ‘sustainable household’ project. In other words, second-hand electric vehicles are clustered within the $150 million projects. That allows the households to borrow over $15,000 to help them buy solar panels, electric appliances, batteries, and even automotive with zero-carbon emissions.
The new purchasers of used electric vehicles in the ACT would register their vehicles free if the purchased vehicle has been in the marked region for two years. Having included the purchase of second-hand electric cars allows those who cannot afford luxurious vehicles to have one. The policy also allows the state to benefit from incentives.
Mr. Rattenbury stated that buying second-hand electric vehicles is a good policy since it provides equity to its customers, attracts large numbers of electric vehicle customers, and improves air quality by not emitting any carbon into the air. Mr. Rattenbury added that those facilities needed to charge an electric car at home could limit customers’ willingness to purchase their electric vehicle. The Good Car Company is working towards making upgrades on such facilities and offering loans free of interest.