State Vehicle Incentives

LOCATION STATE INCENTIVES
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona Alt. Fuel Vehicle (AFV) HOV lane exemption

AFV Parking Incentive – AFV may park without penalty in parking areas that are designated for carpool operators.

EV Equiment Tax Credit – $75 available for the installation of charing outlet in a house the tax payer constructs

Arkansas
California HOV Lane Exemption

PEVH & ZEV Vehicle Rebates

Colorado AFV, Advan. Vehicle & Idle Reduction Equimp. Tax Credit
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida EV Charging Equiptment Financing

HOV Lane Exemption

Georgia (AFV) High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane Exemption
(AFV) Tax Credit
Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Tax Credit
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois AFV & Alt. Fuel Rebates

High Occupancy Toll Lane Access

Indiana
Iowa
Kansas AFV Tax Credit
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland EV High Occupancy HOV Lane Exemption

EV Tax Credit

Massachusetts
Michigan AFV Emissions Inspection Exemption
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri AFV Emissions Inspection Exemption
Montana AFV Conversion Tax Credit
Nebraska AFV & Fueling Infrastructure Loans
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey HOV Lane Exemption

ZEV Tax Exemption

New Mexico
New York HOV Lane Exemption
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklaholma AFV Tax Credit
Oregon AFV & Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit for Residents

Pollution Control Equipment Exemption

Pennsylvania
Rhode Island AFV Tax Exemption
South Carolina AFV & Advanced Vehicle Tax Credit
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah Clean Fuel Vehicle Tax Credit

High Occupancy Vehicle Lane Exemption

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
Washington, D.C. Alternate Fuel & Fuel-Efficient Vehicle Title Tax Exemption

Alternate Fuel Vehicle Exemption from Driving Restrictions

Reduced Registration Fee for Fuel-Efficient Vehicles

West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
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FEDERAL Tax Credit for Electric Vehicles: Up to $7,500
A tax credit is available for the purchase of a new qualified plug-in electric drive motor vehicle that draws propulsion using a traction battery that has at least four kilowatt hours of capacity, uses an external source of energy to recharge the battery, has a gross vehicle weight rating of up to 14,000 pounds, and meets specified emission standards. The minimum credit amount is $2,500, and the credit may be up to $7,500, based on each vehicle’s traction battery capacity and the gross vehicle weight rating. The credit will begin to be phased out for each manufacturer in the second quarter following the calendar quarter in which a minimum of 200,000 qualified plug-in electric drive vehicles have been sold by that manufacturer for use in the U.S. This tax credit applies to vehicles acquired after December 31, 2009. Through December 31, 2011, qualified plug-in electric vehicle conversions are also eligible for a tax credit for 10% of the conversion cost, not to exceed $4,000. Additionally, a tax credit of up to 10% of the cost of qualified low-speed electric vehicles, electric motorcycles, and three-wheeled electric vehicles, not to exceed $2,500, is available through December 31, 2011. (Reference Public Law 111-5, Sections 1141-1144, and 26 U.S. Code 30, 30B, and 30D)