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13 States Now Charge Fees for Electric Vehicles

Submitted by on July 6, 2017 – 6:05 pmNo Comment

by Julian Spector, Julia Pyper (Greentech Media)  States are imposing fees on the small population of EV drivers in a broader push to shore up road repairs.  —  Several states have passed or enacted new fees this year, bringing the total to 13, CNBC reported. Recent additions include West VirginiaMichiganMinnesota and California, which is home to leading EV maker Tesla and a suite of policies designed to incentivize electric-car adoption.

The following nine states passed or implemented EV fees in previous years: Georgia, Washington, Wyoming, Idaho, Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina and Virginia (see chart below). According to the Sierra Club, at least six other states have introduced legislation this year that would require EV owners to pay a separate fee, including Indiana, South Carolina, Kansas, Tennessee, New Hampshire and Montana.

The fees are often developed as a means to pay for transportation infrastructure, which has traditionally been supplied by a gas tax. READ MORE

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