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What type of alternative fuel car are you buying in the near future?

All electric (EV) car, luxury over $50k like Tesla
12 (52.2%)
EV car but lower priced less than $40k like Chevy Bolt, Nissan Leaf, Hyundai Ioniq
7 (30.4%)
Plug-in Hybrid (Chevy Volt, Kia Niro, Honda Clarity)
2 (8.7%)
Hydrogen
0 (0%)
Other
2 (8.7%)

Total Members Voted: 23

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Offline id_rather_be_racing

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Re: EV/Plug-in/Other vehicles
« Reply #60 on: October 04, 2019, 02:02:52 PM »
I think you're right.  the waitlist ending 9/24 is probably referring to the fact that you can apply normally now.  Good call, now im much more motivated to find a solid EV deal, maybe even an FCV deal for 5k rebate.


No, that's a different bucket.  I think Cares is misinterpreting what is mentioned on the CVRP website.  Funds were just replenished a month or two ago and the waitlist has been cleared up now.  So now all applicants get the rebate without being on a waitlist.

Those funds are probably earmarked for the low income applicants and FCV applicants.

recently, this has happened almost every year.  Funds run out, waitlist begins, funds are replenished, waitlist applicants are made whole, applications are opened up again.  Granted there are WAY more EV buyers than before, so can't say how long future funds will last, but i've done this 3x now, waitlisted every time, and each time i got paid, albeit months later.

The $2500 CVRP (California rebate) is oversubscribed and the waitlist is also closed. Basically the funds have been exhausted so don't count on it in your calculations.

CVRP website still shows $80M left in funding.  Where are you getting your info?

 

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