If you’re considered a low-income household, you will be saving more money now if you go green on the road.

Starting today, prospective buyers of all-electric, plug-in hybrid and fuel-cell cars who are considered low-income can receive more rebates under California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate project.

While it’s a perk for some, the program will exclude high-income earners from getting rebates.

This is an effort to boost sales of green cars and to increase the number of zero-emission vehicles on the road. People will receive a range of $3,500 to $7,000 dollars depending on their income and the type of vehicle they are looking to purchase.

The program also will tighten rebates for those earners who make above a certain amount. Sign Up…

Advertisements