The New 2016 Chevrolet Volt Just Qualifies For The Maximum $3,000 Rebate In Connecticut

The New 2016 Chevrolet Volt Just Qualifies For The Maximum $3,000 Rebate In Connecticut

ChargePoint company recently published a map with states that support incentives for electric cars, on top of the federal $7,500 tax credit.

The list doesn't include Connecticut yet, which just introduced a new rebate program (up to $3,000).

Here is the list:

"Arizona

HOV Lane Access: The Energy Efficient Plate Program gives up to 10,000 qualified EV drivers access to HOV lanes.

California

HOV Lane Access: ZEVs and PHEVs are eligible for Clean Air Vehicle decals to access HOV lanes. The decals are subject to availability. Rebate: The Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) offers $2,500 for the purchase or lease of new zero emission vehicles and $1,500 for plug-in hybrids. Zero-emission motorcycles may receive up to $900. Rebate amounts are subject to change. Rebate: The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District Drive Clean Rebate offers a rebate to local residents and businesses for purchasing EVs. The rebate is $3,000 for zero emission vehicles and $2,000 for plug-in hybrids. The local rebate can also be combined with state and federal rebates.

Colorado

Tax Credit: Available until January 1, 2022, the Innovative Motor Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Vehicle Credit provides a up to $6,000 for the purchase or lease of qualified EVs.

Florida

HOV Lane Access: For just $5 a year, Federal Inherently Low Emission Vehicle (ILEV) and hybrids may access HOV lanes with an HOV decal.

Georgia

Tax Credit: Low Emission Alternative Fuel Vehicle Tax Credits covers up to 10% of the cost to purchase or lease a Low Emission Vehicle (up to $2,500) and 20% of the cost to purchase or lease a Zero Emission Vehicle (up to $5,000).

Hawaii

HOV Lane Access: State law allows vehicles with an EV license plate to access HOV lanes. Free Public Parking: State law may exempt vehicles with an EV license plate from parking meter fees at state and county facilities.

Louisiana

Tax Credit: The Alternative Fuels Tax Credit covers 50% up to 3,000 of the cost for purchasing a new alternative fuel vehicle.

Maryland

Tax Credit: A one-time excise tax credit is available through June 30, 2017 for the purchase or lease of qualified plug-in electric vehicles. The credit is equal to of $125 times the kilowatt-hours of battery capacity of the vehicle not to exceed $3,000. HOV Lane Access: Plug-in electric vehicles are allowed access to HOV lanes with a permit valid through September 30, 2017.

Massachusetts

Rebate: The MOR-EV Program provides $2,500 for the purchase or lease of new electric vehicles, including battery electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.

New Jersey

Sales Tax Exemption: A sales tax exemption is available for the purchase or lease of zero emission electric vehicles. HOV Lane Access: Qualified hybrid vehicles can use the HOV lane from Interchange 11 to Interchange 14 during certain times. For more information, click here.

Pennsylvania

Rebate: The Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program provides a rebate of $2,000 for large-battery EVs (battery capacity equal or greater than 10 kWh) or $1,000 for small-battery EVs (with battery system capacity less than 10 kWh). The rebate is available on a first-come, first-serve basis until June 30, 2015.

South Carolina

Tax Credit: Available through December 31, 2016, you can receive an Income Tax Credit for qualified plug-in hybrid vehicles of $667, plus $111 if the vehicle has at least five kWh of battery capacity. You will receive an additional $111 for each kWh thereafter with a maximum credit of $2,000.

Texas

Rebate: Through June 26, 2015, the Light-Duty Motor Vehicle Purchase or Lease Incentive Program offers a rebate of up to $2,500 for the purchase or lease of qualified electric vehicles.

Utah

Tax Credit: Through December 31, 2015, the Clean Fuel Vehicle Tax Credit provides an income tax credit of $1,000 for the purchase or lease of new PHEVs and $1,500 for the purchase or lease of qualified all-electric vehicles. HOV Lane Access: Qualified plug in hybrids, pure electric and hybrids can apply for a Clean Fuel Vehicle Decal (“C Decal”) for access to the HOV lane.

Virginia

HOV Lane Access: Qualified hybrids, PHEVs and EVs may purchase a clean fuel license plate for $25 annually to access HOV lanes.

Washington

Sales Tax Exemption: A new purchase or lease of full-electric cars and trucks is exempt from state sales tax until July 1, 2015.

West Virginia

Tax Credit: The Alternative Fuel Tax Credit is available for 35% of the purchase of a PHEV (up to $7,500) through December 31, 2017."