• Saskatchewan adds $150 tax on EVs that contributes to road maintenance

    10 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    The province of Saskatchewan is making it more expensive for people to own electric vehicles in the province.
    After not providing a provincial EV incentive or rebates like the federal government or other provinces like Quebec and B.C, Saskatchewan is adding a $150 yearly tax to EV owners to help pay for road maintenance. The province's fuel tax is primarily used as a way for drivers to pay for road maintenance. This new EV tax levels the playing field.
    CBC News reports that Saskatchewan received about $454 million from the fuel tax last year and spent $616 million on road work.
    To be fair...
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