Incentives to drive electric come in all forms. They include reducing the cost of your car, electric fuel or maintenance:
  • Purchase a new or leased EV, you could quality for a federal tax credit of $7500. For eligible models visit the IRS.
  • Used EVs priced $25,000 or less will be eligible for a tax credit of up to $4,000. For information on used EV tax credits visit the IRS.
  • Federal tax credit: Residents who install EV charging equipment in their home may receive up to $1,000 tax credit.
  • Pay less at the plug: The cost of fueling an EV is less than half as much as a conventional vehicle. Compare the costs of driving on electricity with eGallon.
  • No emissions checks for all electric vehicles: No tailpipe means no emissions – and no emissions checks.
  • Charging is easy: Charge your car while you sleep. If you can plug in an appliance, you can plug in an EV. 
  • More than 70 models: There is an electric car or SUV to fit almost every lifestyle.
  • Cleaner air: All-electric cars produce zero emissions.
  • Still contributes to roadway infrastructure: Since you no longer pay gasoline tax at the pump, the State requires a small annual fee that supports road maintenance. Missouri Department of Revenue contacts EV owners about how to receive your EV decal.

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EPRI Resources

Both consumers and businesses can learn the basics about electric vehicles from these guides provided by the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).

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