Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Federal loan for electric cars, how much will the US government give you to buy a car?

Beginning January 1, and until at least 2032, many Americans will be eligible for a tax credit of up to $7,500 for the purchase of an electric vehicle.

is part of the enacted changes to the credit deflationary lawis designed for To encourage the sale of electric vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Although the complex requirements, which involve manufacturing the vehicle and the battery, He questions whether he can get the full $7,500 credit next year.

Although, For at least the first two months of 2023, the full credit will be temporarily available, delaying Treasury Department rules for new benefits (to be issued in March) For consumers who meet certain income and price ranges.

it means that You can get a $7,500 tax break if you buy an electric vehicle in January or February That’s before more stringent requirements take effect in March and there could be additional state credits.

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How much will the US government give you to buy an electric car?

  • loan up to $7,500 will be offered to people who buy some new electric vehiclesas well as some plug-in gas-electric hybrid and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
  • people who buy a The credit for a used battery operated vehicle will be $4,000.

Current Requirements (by March 2023)

  • What is known so far is that new EVs must be built in North America in order to qualify for the credit.
  • The vehicle price cap and buyer income are intended to disqualify wealthy buyers.
  • To qualify for the credit, the sticker price of a new electric sedan cannot exceed $55,000.
  • Trucks, SUVs and vans cannot exceed $80,000.

Credit and requirements have changed over time

  • 2023: From March, battery components will be subject to complex provisions. 40% of the minerals in the batteries would have to come from North America or a country with a free trade agreement with the United States, or be recycled in North America. (That threshold will eventually reach 80%). And 50% of battery parts will have to be made or assembled in North America, eventually rising to 100%.
  • 2024: Battery parts would not be allowed to come from those countries, a formidable obstacle for the auto industry, as many metals and electric vehicle parts also have to meet size requirements.
  • 2025: The minerals from the battery cannot come from the “foreign entity of concern,” primarily China and Russia.

For example: General Motors and Tesla are the companies that assemble the most electric vehicles in North America, But due to the requirements of where the battery, ore and parts must be made, Buyers of those vehicles are likely to initially receive only half the tax break, $3,750.

GM claims that electric vehicles that qualify He should be eligible for the $3,750 bonus in Marchand that The full bonus will be available in 2025.

Credit for chargers for electric vehicles

  • The new law recovers a federal tax credit, providing 30% of the cost of hardware and installation up to $1,000.
  • Adds the requirement that the charger must be in a low-income or non-urban area.
  • Businesses that install new EV chargers in those areas can receive a tax credit of up to 30%, up to $100,000 per charger.
  • Residential chargers can cost between $200 and $1,000; Installation can cost several hundred dollars more.

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