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While many states are looking into imposing fees on electrified vehicles to boost transportation revenue, a Consumer Reports analysis released Wednesday found that such fees cost EV drivers more than traditional vehicle drivers pay.

State legislators see annual fees on hybrid and electric vehicles as a way to offset gasoline tax revenue lost from having more of those vehicles on the road. Hybrid and EV drivers pay the fees in addition to registration fees they already pay.



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Consumer Reports Claims State Fees May Make It More Expensive To Drive Electric Than Gas

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