EV Fees and Incentives - Tesla Model 3 (B4)
The Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus is an all-electric four-door sedan produced by Tesla Inc. Fees and incentives associated with ownership of the Model 3 are presented on a state-by-state basis below and in rows 38-42 of the attached spreadsheet. Cases examined include Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and South Carolina.
Fees Required - Ownership of Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus
- In Oklahoma, the vehicle registration fee decreases depending on how long the resident has owned the vehicle, with the 1st-4th years costing $96, 5th-8th years costing $86, 9th-12th years costing $66, 13th-16th years costing $46, and 17+ years decreasing to $26.
- The title fee for all non-commercial passenger vehicles in Oklahoma is $11.
- There is currently no electric vehicle fee, though a fee was imposed in 2017 and then struck down the same year by the State Supreme Court.
- Effective January 2020, the vehicle registration fee for an electric passenger vehicle enrolled in Oregon is $86, due every two years.
- The title fee for an electric vehicle in Oregon is $187.
- Oregon currently charges a $110 annual electric vehicle fee for all-electric vehicles; this will be increasing to $115 beginning January 2022.
Incentives - Ownership of Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus
- SmartCharge RI offers electric vehicle owners up to $200 to participate in a study of EV owners' behavior.
We searched through each state's department of motor vehicle's fee schedule to locate the costs associated with owning the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus. Information on tax credits, rebates, and other incentives was obtained chiefly through an examination of the Alternative Fuels Data Center and state environmental documents.