I got approved by the state 2 months ago and have not received my rebate yet. This was before funds ran out. Have others been receiving their rebates and if so how long has it been taking. Or is the state now holding out on us?
I called to inquire about the status of my rebate (submitted a few weeks after you) and they told me that they had been flooded with applications in late spring and were slow to process checks (around 60 days).
I submitted in late May, and they said they still had funding at that point, so I assume you were funded as well.
Just called them. I was funded April 29 and apparently my check is going out today. So I will be watching my mailbox next week. Looks like they are stretching it the full 60 days.
I received my check around 2 weeks after the approval notification. That was back in January though.
In January ours took 3 1/2 weeks.
approved in March, took about 7-8 weeks to get it!
Ours took 3 weeks, but it was back in February.
Approved May 15, still waiting
Alright!! A flood of rebates! NICE!!
Most of those are probably Teslas haha
Late spring, I wonder those must have been Q2's. :)
Sent in paperwork early May. Haven't heard back. A recent poster mentioned there may be less money available (about $2M) than needed for all applicants($9M).
15 APR 2013 - Submitted form.
03 MAY 2013 - Received approval email
24 JUN 2013 - Received check in the mail
Submitted June1. Approval email received June 11. Waiting for funds.
my approval was April 24 and check did arrive this weekend.
Does this rebate have any affect on tax filing for next year? Maybe something that must be claimed....
Is rebate a flat $2000? How can CA. run out of funding when each new TESLA sold in CA., is taxed at an average of
$6K-$10K? or is there a TAX discount for EV?
Its a flat $2500.00 check mailed to you. A certain amount is budgeted each year. They have used up their present allotment but they will continue to approve people and set up a wait list. More funds will become available and once this happens they will fund according to position on the wait list. I was lucky to be approved for funding before funds ran out but still had to wait a further 60 days to be paid. the federal rebate is $7500 and needs to be claimed on next years tax return. I have been deducting $1750.00 off each of my quarterly estimate payments this year
Got my check today. Exactly 2 months from application approved to check received in mail. (So obviously funds are available) :)
There is money in the pot again: http://energycenter.org/index.php/incentive-programs/clean-vehicle-rebat...
Because it is a "rebate" it does not have to be reported on your Federal taxes.
Got my check today as well. I submitted my application immediately after buying the car on 3 May 2013. Looks like 60 days to get your rebate.
Approved May 15, got my rebate today. Slightly over 60 days, I guess
Approved end-May...still waiting. I know from e-mail exchanges (they are very responsive and on top of it) that they are trying to catch up.
I just got my rebate today as well. and like @xerogas I filled out the form with approval 5/15
Applied Mid May, Check received Sat. 7/20/13.
Approved 16 July, funds fully available.
Just got mine today!!!
Paperwork sent on May 17th
$7,500 to go
Got check 7/22/13.
The application states that they need a copy of the sales contract "signed by all parties". What did you send in for this requirement?
The California rebate program must waste a lot of money.
They decided not to charge sales tax on EVs in Washington state. It's free to administer.
We'll collect over $9,000 in tax and give you $2,500 back. Incentive, or sharp stick in the eye?
@Colasec - When you electronically sign the final purchase agreement, Tesla will countersign and provide you a copy via email. You print that and submit it with the other required documentation.
@erici - Different state, different EV incentive program. CA doesn't charge the $100/yr road use fee WA EV owners pay. So... If I drive my CA registered ModS for 62 years, we'll be even :)
The sales tax/rebate is unrelated to Washington's road use fee. California has a large registration tax that's based on property value. Washington does not. I believe you would rather pay Washington's $100 per year road fee than pay to have your vehicle registered in California, trust me on that one!
California just doesn't do well figuring out what technologies to encourage in the market.
California encourages (no sales tax) mercury filled compact florescents.
California discourages (full sales tax) LED lights that use far less energy than CFLs, and with no poisonous mercury component.
LEDs are already much more expensive than CFLs! Throw the tax in there and what the heck is California up to? It's crazy.
EVs are similar to LED lights in that both are already expensive and the consumer has trouble paying the upfront premium. So what does California do? It raises their prices via these sales taxes.
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