New electric vehicle incentive program in California

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New electric vehicle incentive program in California

Starting today a new incentive program is available for Californian's to buy electric vehicles.

The program covers a couple commercial electric trucks, the Tesla Roadster, the Nissan LEAF, a couple NEV's and the Zero DS and S motorcycles.

See:
http://www.examiner.com/x-14333-Green-Transportation-Examiner~y2010m3d15-Californias-clean-vehicle-rebate-program
https://energycenter.org/index.php/incentive-programs/clean-vehicle-rebate-project

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Re: New electric vehicle incentive program in California

David, Are you chief editor? Can you tell me or us where to click to make print maybe 12 or 14 pt? Being that you are in Calif, what ever happened to California Air Resources Board? Is it just Air Resources board now? AOL usually has a + sign in a square box to make print a size larger. I guess I am blind in one eye and can't see in the other so I cut and pasted it in email and made print larger that way. We here in Taxachusetts used to copy CARB to some extent but now it is not mentioned at all. It would be nice to see some incentives to go Electric here also.
Rusty

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Re: New electric vehicle incentive program in California

Gazy thine eyes downward to the footer of the page and notice the widget labeled 'Text Size'. Yeah, I'm the owner of this site. I was blind in one eye for awhile last year until getting cataract surgery. Getting older isn't all it's cracked up to be, eh?

The ARB refers to themselves as ARB but of course CARB is more specific as it includes 'California' in the name. It's the same entity and ARB or CARB can be used interchangeably.

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