Electric Vehicle Savings Finder

Explore potential EV incentives and tax credits

Why Electric Vehicles Are a Good Idea

Save Money

Electric vehicles are cheaper to maintain and operate than traditional gas cars. And most are eligible for rebates and tax credits.

Being Green is Fun

Electric vehicles deliver quick, smooth power and don’t generate harmful emissions.

EVs are Convenient

Never go to a gas station again. Conveniently charge at home and access public fast-chargers for longer trips.

How It Works

1
Find Incentives
You may be eligible for incentives, including rebates, tax credits, and various other benefits.
2
Determine Eligibility
Review eligibility requirements to determine your savings, based on location and desired model.
3
Apply
Conveniently apply for your eligible incentives. We outline all the required documentation, making it simple to save money.
CR Expert Advice
Preparing to Buy an Electric Vehicle
Don't Be Influenced By Ads
Create your list of cars to test drive based on research, focusing on reliable cars, with high owner satisfaction, good safety marks, and strong road test performance.
Don't Scrimp on Safety
Advanced safety features can help avoid an accident or lessen the impact of a crash. They are widely available on EVs, although may not be standard on all trims.
No Thanks to Extras
Dealers generally make most of their new-car profit from financing and the sale of a wide variety of extra add-on products like theft protection, asset protection, prepaid maintenance, tire and key replacement plans, VIN etching, and extended warranties.
Pass on Special Events
Don't shop during special sales events solicited by direct mail. These are often run by contracted specialists trained in techniques that increase a dealer's profit.
Smart Financing
Resist the temptation to focus strictly on monthly payments to consider the long-term impact of your finance strategy, considering loan rate, interest paid, trade in, and even depreciation.
Fees to Avoid
If you see additional "pre-delivery inspection," "delivery," "destination," or "dealer prep" charges on a second window sticker, you should refuse to pay them.
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