The Golf Cart Stimulus

Here’s more on the government rebates that can net you a tricked out golf cart for free

According to StockMarketsReview.com, if you combine the federal tax credit with similar plans for many states, you can get one that costs up to $10K.

From the statistics, the federal credit provides from $4,200 to $5,500 for the purchase of an electric vehicle, and when it is combined with similar incentive plans in many states the tax credits can pay for nearly the entire cost of a golf cart. Even in states that don’t have their own tax rebate plans, the federal credit is generous enough to pay for half or even two-thirds of the average sticker price of a cart, which is typically in the range of $8,000 to $10,000. Therefore, it is almost free for one to purchase a golf cart.

This Stimulus has been a boon for the manufacturers and sellers of golf carts.  Not only that, there are foreign companies taking advantage of this plan and many domestic purchasers who are stocking up on free golf carts.

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2 thoughts on “The Golf Cart Stimulus”

  1. I didn’t know this was still going on.  I knew that a couple years ago you could do this.

    I gave it a little thought, but my work is way out of range, (most of my 10 miles to work I am going 70mph as well) – and even my course is stretching it- and I couldn’t use it on the course after I got there (only on-course homeowners who pay a $600 trail fee can use their own carts).

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