The Victorian state government has revealed an EV subsidy scheme valued at up to $3000 for the first 4000 applicants, and a lesser value for the next 16,000 applications. The move has been cautiously welcomed.
The AEVA is one of dozens of organisations and companies who have written an open letter in The Age to the Victorian state government imploring them to abandon their EV-specific road user charge legislation.
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