Governments are providing incentives to help accelerate the shift to a cleaner, greener, sustainable world. We will help you apply for your money. Please contact ChargeCar.ca for more more details.
Fully electric vehicles are eligible for up to $14,000
Fast charging level 2 chargers are eligible for up to $1000 (50% cost of charger plus 50% cost of install up to $500 each)
Fully electric vehicles get green plate for HOV lanes
Fully electric vehicles are eligible for up to $8,000
Fast charging level 2 chargers are eligible for up to $600
Fully electric USED vehicles are eligible for up to $4,000
Up to $6,000 for the purchase or lease of a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle
Up to $5,000 for the purchase or lease of a new battery electric vehicle
Up to $2,500 – $5,000 for the purchase or lease of a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle
Vehicle incentives are available to B.C. residents, businesses, non-profit organizations and local government organizations.
BC also offers a separate fleet incentive program for these vehicles for businesses.
ONTARIO ELECTRIC VEHICLE INCENTIVES
BMW i3 Up To $13,000
Chevrolet BOLT 14,000
Ford Focus Electric 14,000
Hyundai IONIQ Electric 14,000
Kia Soul Electric 14,000
Nissan LEAF 14,000
Smart Fortwo Electric 14,000
Tesla Model S 14,000
Tesla Model X 14,000
Tesla Model 3 Coming soon
Volkswagen e-Golf 14,000
HYBRID ELECTRIC-GAS CARS
Incentives range from $3000-$14,000. Please contact ChargeCar.ca for more information.
The information below comes from the Tesla web site and likely applies more or less also to other kinds of electric vehicles in the USA.
Electric vehicle incentives are available to those who purchase a new Tesla vehicle. A $7,500 federal income tax credit is available to all customers and several states offer additional incentives, often taking the form of a rebate. Rebates can be claimed immediately after purchase, while tax credits are claimed when filing income taxes.
Many states also offer non-cash incentives, such as carpool lane access in California and free municipal parking.
|All states||$7,500 income tax credit|
|Arizona||Reduced Vehicle License Tax, Carpool lane access and reduced rates for electric vehicle charging|
|California||$2,500 rebate (based on income eligibility)|
|Connecticut||$3,000 rebate for new vehicles under $60,000|
|Colorado||$5,000 tax credit|
|Delaware||$1,000 rebate for new vehicles over $60,000
$3,500 rebate for new vehicles under $60,000
|Hawaii||Carpool lane access and reduced rates for electric vehicle charging|
|Louisiana||$2,500 income tax credit|
|Maryland||$3,000 Excise Tax Credit for new vehicles under $60,000
$700 rebate on wall connectors and installation
|Massachusetts||$1,000 rebate for new vehicles over $60,000
$2,500 rebate for new vehicles under $60,000
|Nevada||Carpool lane access and reduced rates for electric vehicle charging|
|New Jersey||Sales tax exempt|
|New York||$500 rebate for new vehicles over $60,000
$2,000 rebate for new vehicles under $60,000
|Oregon||$750 rebate on wall connectors and installation (more for commercial use)|
|Pennsylvania||$1,750 rebate for new vehicles $50,000 and under
(500 rebates available between September 1 and December 31, 2017)
|Washington DC||Excise tax exempt|
All of the above incentives are available when purchasing a Tesla vehicle with cash or a loan. Only California, Colorado, Massachusetts, and Tennessee incentives are available when leasing a Tesla vehicle.
Incentive programs are offered and administered by government agencies. Eligibility and availability vary and are outside of Tesla’s control. Most programs are limited to a total dollar amount that can be dispersed or will expire on a certain date. Be sure to visit the state program’s website for the most up-to-date information on availability and redemption requirements.
Your eligibility for income tax credits depends on your personal tax situation. We recommend speaking with a tax professional for guidance. From https://www.tesla.com/support/incentives.