Georgia May Revoke EV Incentives and Introduce Road Use Fees

A bill has been passed through the Georgia State House and Senate that would end the $5,000 tax credit owners receive on their zero emission vehicles, and instead, place a $200 per year road usage fee for EVs.

While this bill has not yet become law, it has inched closer to being so with its latest advancement.

Georgia currently has one of the most generous state incentive programs in the U.S. but could one of the best EV incentive deals in the country be coming to an end?

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Since 2013, Atlanta has been one of the strongest markets for EV sales, including for Nissan which stated Atlanta has been the top selling city for its Leaf since mid-2013 due to a combination of factors. 

One of these factors being the tax credits received when purchasing EVs in Georgia.

Clean Technica