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Possible Tax Exemptions for Hybrid Car Owners

Cromwell may begin granting tax exemptions for owners of hybrid vehicles. Currently, consumers have to pay a high premium for purchasing hybrid vehicles, which are significantly more expensive than their non-hybrid counterparts. The proposed exemption would align the taxable value of hybrid vehicles with non-hybrids and encourage people to make socially and environmentally conscious decisions when purchasing a car. Around 40 people in the town of Cromwell currently drive vehicles classified as hybrids by the Department of Motor Vehicle’s classification standards.
   

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exemptions

By: kci15 () on 05-11-2013 20:15

exemptions

By: kci15 on 05-11-2013 20:15

I think the government could offer more incentives to people that want to buy a hybrid or a full electric vehicle than just a tax cut. I heard talks of a partnership with Bartletts about providing used hybrid cars at much cheaper prices.

 

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I think it's about time they thought of

By: kci15 on 02-10-2013 16:33

I think it's about time they thought of that. Maybe it's a good strategy to make car owners go to their local Handy GMC and tune their car to a hybrid. I personally don't care how environmental awareness is achieved, as long as it brings a change to the world.

 

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I've been trying to make my own hybrid c

By: kci15 on 24-09-2013 18:04

I've been trying to make my own hybrid car for the last two years, and I got kind of discouraged lately. But I tryed to find auto detailing supplies at DetailKing.com and I got some really good deals. I'm a lot closer to my dream car now.

 

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This is really useful, if you know your

By: aglaia on 04-09-2013 15:56

This is really useful, if you know your way around cars. If you have the hybrid engine, you can even find 1965 Mustang parts at mustangsplus.com, so you can make your car look like anything.

 

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hybrid cars

By: aglaia () on 19-08-2013 07:35

hybrid cars

By: aglaia on 19-08-2013 07:35

I think hybrid cars are for tree-hugging hippies and for women, real men drive drive a pick up truck like the ones you see on Sinister Diesel at MKMCustoms.com and don't worry about their eco footprint. I would love to see the day when GM start rolling out powerful hybrid pickup trucks.

 

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