AlanSqB wrote:Oh yes. Here in the great state of CO, our tag fees are huge. My first two years were $733 each. That is tax/tag and $50 annual “EV fee”. All new cars under 3 years old pay really huge “own tax” each year.
On the flip side, they then give you a nice $5k refundable income tax credit. Our roads suck, so I have no idea where the money goes.
I was figuring a Model S would be around $1500/year to start.
My tab renewal was Nov 10th and it was $247 for the year which includes an annual $150 EV tab fee. $100 goes to road fund, $50 to EV public infrastructure expansion but the EV tab fee is not billed on purchase. So if I lease every two years, I pay an effective $75 a year!
My fees are actually considerably smaller than King County (Seattle) where they have light rail expansion bills to pay. There is one Telsa owner who paid over $1500 for his renewal!
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