Trans-Canada Supercharger Route Now Open

Since 2012, we’ve installed more than 18,000 Superchargers globally. With the Trans-Canada Supercharging route now open, every owner has the freedom to charge from Vancouver to Halifax—including more than 50 new charging options at Parks Canada locations.

The epic coast-to-coast route includes mostly V3 Supercharger Stations, which can add up to 290 km of range in 15 minutes of charging. Simply add a destination with Trip Planner and your car will automatically suggest Supercharger stops and estimated arrival times, with popular destinations and amenities along the way.

2020 Canada Day Classic Car Cruise to Hope

Due to the current pandemic of Covid-19, the Hope Motorsports Canada Day Car Show in the park has been cancelled.

We are encouraging those with classic cars or Motorcycles to enjoy Canada Day
with a drive out to beautiful Hope BC!

Open to all classes.

Come anytime from 10am – 2pm

We will stage vehicles in groups of 8-10 at the Bus stop at Memorial Park where we will give you a Map and a Visitor Guide and send you off on a pre-determined route to explore Hope BC and all it has to offer. The route we will set you on is about 20km long and should take about 45 minutes to cruise. The route will be well marked with arrows and the symbol “CC” for Canada Day Cruise.

The first 100 cars will receive a dash plaque.

No pre-registration required but we are kindly accepting donations that we will put towards our local Hope Search and Rescue Group.

The Bus Stop can be found on 3rd Avenue between Park Street and Commission Street.

The Hope Motorsports Group felt this was the best way to celebrate Canada Day in Hope BC. Residents will surely be enjoying your cars as you cruise through their neighbourhood.

For more information reach out to Scott at 604-750-8648 or email at

We hope to see you enjoy our Canada Day Cruise!

Supercharger Credits Update #4

Some Good News!

Those purchasing a Tesla in BC are permitted to use an owners referral code and earn a promotional benefit under BC law (free supercharging credits) and permitted by the Vehicle Sales Authority of BC.

Those credits to those owners that were inadvertently removed will been returned.

Referral awards remain ineligible for residents of BC along with Ohio and Virginia in the USA. Most throughout the rest of North America allow it. If you feel this is wrong we encourage you to write to your MLA and Ministry of Transport.