Petition to Donald Trump, Department of Energy
Keep $7500 Federal Credit for Electric Car Purchase
Keep $7500 federal credit for electric car purchases so it acts as an incentive for future electric car buyers as global warming gets worse every day. Since electric cars can be expensive, this tax deduction will allow more consumers to purchase electric/plug-in hybrid vehicles. When buying an electric vehicle (EV), the government provides you $7500 to deduct the price of the car. With the current administration, this discount may disappear. The low cost of gasoline cars is what allows many to buy them so frequently. The same could be said with electric vehicles if this tax credit is kept. For all those EV owners (Tesla, Chevrolet, Nissan, BMW, Toyota...) and future EV owners, this is your chance to persuade the current US Government to keep the tax credit allowing you to spend less money when buying electric vehicles.
Petition to U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives
Tell Congress to Support EV Tax Credit
Congress is proposing in H.R. 1 to eliminate the federal tax credit for electric vehicles at the end of 2017. Prematurely ending this tax credit will threaten hundreds of thousands of American jobs, weaken American technology leadership, and stifle innovation and customer choice. We urge you to say NO to the repeal of the federal tax credit for electric vehicles.
Petition to City of Birmingham Michigan
Ask City of Birmingham, Michigan to provide electric charging at city parking structures
None of the parking structures in Birmingham, Michigan currently offer electric charging. Many people who live/work in Birmingham use either plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) or fully electric vehicles. Many cities around Michigan already offer the option to charge while parked. Please sign this petition to ask the city of Birmingham to consider adding electric vehicle charging to the parking structures within the city. This will promote the adoption of environmentally friendly transportation in Michigan.