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Although difficult to decipher, I guess you're not talking about me since I'm not in favor of the government propping up businesses that could never survive on their own. Did you have a problem with Tesla's $7500 subsidies?
homeagain wrote: I thought that was crystal clear....IF your motivation is "get in on the action,because EVERYONE is doing it"
(and U do not want to be left behind,appearing stupid)....it is on YOU. RARELY do "deals of the century,
prove viable. Musk is a major manipulator,TRUST?......nope.
Consumers can currently get a federal tax credit of up to $7,500 on the purchase of an all-electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, but not all cars are eligible. The incentive begins phasing out after an automaker sells 200,000 of its EVs.
Only Tesla and GM have hit that threshold so far. Both previously lobbied Congress to lift the cap or extend the existing tax credit.