California gets $2M more for clean vehicle rebates; only for 4-passenger vehicles this time
These new funds are to be used in a slightly different manner than the earlier money, however. David Almeida, manager of California's Clean Vehicle Rebate Program, said, "It is important to note that the additional $2 million in funding will be reserved for rebates of vehicles capable of carrying four passengers and highway driving." This is great news for those in line to buy the Nissan Leaf. Perhaps CARB realized that if you can afford to buy a Tesla Roadster, you're not exactly in need of a discount.
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