Nothing More Creative Than a Politician After Your Money…H.B. 62

Politicians never miss a chance to extract every last dime out of the taxpayers.  Here is an article about the fees proposed to be charged on electric vehicles.  They want us all to buy electric cars and eliminate the internal combustion engine, but they want to tax us when we do what they want.

Let State Senator John Eklund now how you fell about this unfair and onerous tax.

Here is a link where you can reach Senator Eklund: https://www.solarunitedneighbors.org/ohio/get-involved-with-solar-united-neighbors-of-ohio/tell-the-ohio-senate-no-unfair-fees-on-evs-and-hybrids/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=eblast&utm_campaign=advocacy&utm_content=ohio&utm_term=evs&ms=email-eblast-advocacy-ohio-evs

Here is an excerpt from the article:

“Over the past few years, electric vehicles and hybrids have emerged as viable alternatives to traditional gasoline vehicles.

EVs are clean, fun to drive, and are an especially great fit with solar. After all, what’s better than the idea of powering your car with sunshine!

But now, Ohio lawmakers have proposed a bill imposing high registration fees on electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles. The House has already passed HB 62, which will impose annual registration fees of $200 on pure battery electric vehicles and a $100 annual fee on all hybrid vehicles.

These punitive and excessive fees discourage people from purchasing EVs and hybrids at a time when we should be encouraging these purchases.

Tell your senator you are opposed to the new fees on electric vehicles and hybrids.”



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