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You've done it, you made the leap from a gas-powered car to an electric vehicle. Unlike your old car that had a traditional gas engine, your current electric car has a lithium-ion battery that will likely need to be replaced every five to ten years. When you do switch out your old EV battery for a new one, you may be left thinking about what you should do with that dead battery. This is where our infographic comes in. Check it out below for more information on how electric car batteries can be recycled and reused to create new batteries.

This infographic was created in partnership with Revolution, a hard drive destruction and electronics recycling company based in Toronto.

What Happens to Your Used Electric Vehicle Battery - Agincourt Nissan in Scarborough

For more information on our electric vehicle, the Nissan Leaf, check out Nissan Canada's website here or to take a look at the current selection of EVs at our Scarborough dealership, click here.