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The U.S. Government Gives You $4,000 To Buy a Used EV, Here's How To Make the Best of Them
The U.S. Government Gives You $4,000 To Buy a Used EV, Here's How To Make the Best of Them

26 Nov 2022, 10:12 UTC · By: Cristian Agatie / A new federal tax incentive for used EV purchases will soon come into effect, and we’re prepared a guide to help you spend the money wisely

 
Rivian's Going to Give Pre-Order Holders the Buyer's Agreement, They'll Get the $7,500
Rivian's Going to Give Pre-Order Holders the Buyer's Agreement, They'll Get the $7,500

9 Aug 2022, 08:30 UTC · By: Florin Amariei / After receiving hundreds of letters from customers that don’t want to lose the EV tax credit, Rivian decided to follow Fisker’s example

 
The New EV Tax Credit Bill Is a Misunderstood Blessing for Americans, Here's What's What
The New EV Tax Credit Bill Is a Misunderstood Blessing for Americans, Here's What's What

8 Aug 2022, 02:04 UTC · By: Florin Amariei / Don’t lose your hope yet. This bill might bring the U.S. much-needed investments and domestic growth. There’s much more to it than just those $7,500

 
Rivian Pre-Order Holders Want To Sign the Buyer's Agreement ASAP, RJ Got a Letter
Rivian Pre-Order Holders Want To Sign the Buyer's Agreement ASAP, RJ Got a Letter

7 Aug 2022, 23:13 UTC · By: Florin Amariei / The new EV tax credit bill’s making all-electric customers nervous. Rivian’s now in a pickle. The company’s being persuaded into giving its customers the $7,500

 
The Federal Tax Credit Will Return for Almost All EVs Sold in the U.S.
The Federal Tax Credit Will Return for Almost All EVs Sold in the U.S.

31 Jul 2022, 00:20 UTC · By: Florin Amariei / Some carmakers are not qualifying for EV tax credits right now. It is a problem for companies like Toyota, GM, or Tesla. But not for long! Here’s why

 
U.S. EV Tax Credits May Go to $40,000 EVs for Those Making Less Than $100,000
U.S. EV Tax Credits May Go to $40,000 EVs for Those Making Less Than $100,000

11 Aug 2021, 17:38 UTC · By: Gustavo Henrique Ruffo / The U.S. Senate approved a non-binding amendment to EV tax credits: they may be limited to cars cheaper than $40,000 for those making less than $100,000/year.