The city of Laurier-Station in Québec, Canada, has 2 public charging station ports (Level 2 and Level 3) within 15km. 50% of the ports are level 2 charging ports and 0% of the ports offer free charges for your electric car.
The municipality of Laurier-Station holds charging stations (level 2 and 3) within a radius of 10 miles, for electric vehicles. The Electric Circuit operates the charging stations in Laurier-Station. To obtain more information on this network (such as rates and subscription policies), please consult our section on Charging Networks.
A level 3 charging station (DCFC, 400 Volts) has been installed in the parking lot of the Tim Horton’s restaurant in the City of Laurier-Station, located at 128, boulevard Laurier. You can complete a fast charge of 400 Volts through the use of a CHAdeMO or Combo connector.
There is also a level 2 charging station, 240 Volts that has been installed at the Metro grocery store of the area. These charging stations are part of the electric corridor established along Highway 20, between Montreal and Mont-Joli.
Many more charging stations (level 2 and 3) have been put in service in Sainte-Julie, Drummondville and Lévis. To find out the locations of all the charging stations based in this region, use ChargeHub’s charging station map, available for iOS and Android.
During fall, the municipality of Laurier-Station celebrates the its “Découvertes gourmandes et culturelles". Enjoy guided tours and shows, meeting artists and artisans, local food tasting and workshops. This is a free, family-friendly activity.
As for cycling fans, you can ride the routes of the region on a varying distance between 20 km up to 113 km, thus discovering the magnificent landscapes of the Lotbinière RCM. This includes the municipalities of Saint-Agapit, Saint-Flavien, Laurier-Station, N.-D.-S.-C.-d’Issoudun, Saint-Édouard-de-Lotbinière, Lotbinière, Leclercville and Saint-Croix.
These cycle routes are offered, for the most part, by the Trans Canada Trail, a not-for-profit organization that supports the development and use of national trail network. It supports the work of more than 400 local partners by finance activities and promotions.
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Total Number of Charging Stations: 2
Main Networks: Circuit Électrique