EV Fees and Incentives (B)

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EV Fees and Incentives (B1)

For the states listed in rows, 23-27 of the attached spreadsheet, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, and Missouri all have fee requirements for owning an electric vehicle.

Selected Findings

  • Michigan charges a $135 annual fee for BEVs weighing under 8000 pounds and $235 yearly fee for BEVs weighing over 8000 pounds.
  • Minnesota charges $75 annual fee.
  • In Mississippi, the yearly fee for owning EV is $150 and $75 for HEV.
  • The annual fee for owning EV in Missouri is $37.50 for PHEV and $75 for any alternative fuel vehicle, which includes EV.

Research Strategy

Our findings indicate that Massachusetts does not have registration fees for owning an electric vehicle, and there are no incentives offered by the state/private sector of Mississippi for EV ownership. For Massachusetts, we search through sources like the MassDOT website, EnergySage, Electrek, and media sites. Massachusetts is not mentioned among the lists of states with electric vehicle fees according to the National Conference of State Legislatures, and according to the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, there's no special annual fee for electric vehicles, the only cost associated with owning an EV is the one-time plate replacement fee. For Mississippi, findings from sources like Alternative Fuel Data Center, National Conference of State Legislatures, Clippercreek, among others shows that although the state has fees associated with owning an EV, it does not offer any incentives for EV owners.


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EV Fees and Incentives (B2)

Details of states listed offering EV registration fees has been populated in rows 28-32 of the attached spreadsheet. Nebraska is the only state charging $75 annual registration fee for electric vehicles, and all the states offer incentives for EV ownership.
  • Nevada offers exemption from emissions inspection testing for the first five model years for electric vehicles.
  • New Hampshire offers a $1,000 rebate for the purchase or lease of a new or used all-electric vehicle.
  • New Jersey offers a $5,000 rebate for purchase or lease of a new PEV with an MSRP of $55,000.
  • Nebraska has an annual registration fee of $75 for electric vehicles.

Research Strategy

Based on data from the National Conference of State Legislatures, The U.S. Department of Energy's Alternative Fuel Data Center, Clippercreek, Enelx, EnergySage; Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, and New Mexico do not have fees associated with owning an electric vehicle. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, the mentioned states are not among states in the United States with EV registration fees.
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EV Fees and Incentives (B3)

Of the listed states in rows, 33-37 of the listed attached spreadsheet, New Mexico, New York, and Ohio do not charge registration fees for electric vehicle ownership.
  • North Carolina charges $130 annual registration fee.
  • Oklahoma charges $100 registration fee for EV and $30 annual fee for hybrid vehicles.
  • New York offers exemption from state motor vehicle emissions inspections.
  • New Mexico offers exemption from the state excise tax.

Research Strategy

Based on information from various sources - including the National Conference of State Legislatures, The U.S. Department of Energy's Alternative Fuel Data Center, Clippercreek, Enelx, EnergySage - the states of New Mexico, New York, and Ohio do not have fees associated with owning an electric vehicle. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, the mentioned states are not among states in the United States with EV registration fees. According to Electrek, New Mexico has not introduced fees for EV but is considering new proposals and new bill proposal will cap the registration fee at $100.

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EV Fees and Incentives (B4)

Of the listed states in rows, 38-42 of the listed attached spreadsheet, only South Carolina, Oregon, and Oklahoma charge registration fees for electric vehicle ownership.
  • Oklahoma charges $100 registration fee.
  • Oregon charges $100 for an electric vehicle registration fee.
  • South Carolina charges $120 every two years for an EV registration fee.

Research Strategy

Based on information from the National Conference of State Legislatures, The U.S. Department of Energy's Alternative Fuel Data Center, Clippercreek, Enelx, EnergySage; Pennsylvania and Rhode Island do not have fees associated with owning an electric vehicle. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, the mentioned states are not among states in the United States with EV registration fees. According to Electrek, Pennsylvania is among the states that are set to introduce registration fees for EV in 2020; the state legislators already proposed a $250 annual tax for EV owners.

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