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Latest Rebates and Tax Credits - Washington, United States

Seattle
Active
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
$400.00
Post-purchase rebate
Amazon is offering a subsidy to cover the costs of bike maintenance, rentals, and more for employees who bike to work. This includes bike leases, bike share, maintenance, and bike parking. The monthly bike subsidy ranges from city to city to correspond with local parking costs, which can be up to $400.
Active
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
$1,200.00
Point-of-sale discount
There are no specific details about ebike rebates or subsidies available in this text.
Proposed
Last Updated
October 7, 2023
King County Council is pushing for an E-Bike Rebate Program, which would allow consumers to receive a $400 rebate on an e-bike no matter their income level, with an additional $500 for cargo e-bikes. People who provide proof of having a lower income, including qualifying for Medicaid, SNAP, TANF, or other income-restricted programs, qualify for a larger rebate of $1,200. The county is looking at Denver as a model for an e-bike rebate program, which is funded by a 0.25% sales and use tax increase. Governor Inslee proposed a $1,000 e-bike rebate alongside a $7,500 electric vehicle rebate in 2021, but the legislature turned down that idea. Washington State’s incentive programs for hybrid or fully electric vehicles give consumers a reason to choose those vehicles over gas power.

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