BRANCHEZ-VOUS 2018 Sherbrooke, May 11th and 12th


April 12, 2018

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Free plug-in vehicles test drives:
BRANCHEZ-VOUS 2018 Sherbrooke, May 11th and 12th

The City of Sherbrooke has been supporting transportation electrification for many years, particularly with a partnership for the installation of public charging stations of the Electric Circuit (from 2012) and with its financial assistance program for the installation of a charging station for domestic use (April 2013). In May 2018, the City of Sherbrooke is thus proud to host one of the electric vehicle test events of the 6th edition Branchez-Vous.


WHAT: Free plug-in vehicles test drives

An initiative of the Innovative Vehicle Institute, Branchez-Vous allows you to explore the world of plug-in vehicles for FREE. Several test circuits are proposed. Participants will be able to take the wheel and compare different models accompanied by an EV driver who will answer questions and share his/her experience with an electric vehicle in Quebec. It is also possible to meet many experts from the field of plug-in vehicles.


WHEN: May 11th and 12th, 2018

The Branchez-Vous 2018 Sherbrooke event will take place on May 11th and 12th 2018:

  • Friday, May 11th from 1h pm to 9h pm.
  • Saturday May 12th from 9h am to 5h pm.


WHERE: Rock Forest recreation center (CRRF)

The entry point of the Branchez-Vous 2018 Sherbrooke event will be at the Rock Forest recreation center (CRRF), at 5265 rue de Gaspé.


WHO: Drivers interested in plug-in vehicles

The Branchez-Vous event is open to the public. Certain conditions apply for test drives:

  • You must be 21 years old or older;
  • On the spot, before the tests, it will be necessary to present your driving license as well as a proof of insurance.


HOW: Registration in advance

Participation in Branchez-Vous 2018 requires registration in advance to reserve your spot:


Branchez-Vous 2018 Sherbrooke is supported by

the Governement du Québec, Hydro-Québec, the City of Sherbrooke and many other partners.


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