The government of Alberta, Canada, will hit electric vehicle owners with a new $200 annual tax in a bid to help raise funds for road improvements.
In the government’s fiscal 2024-25 budget, it says the tax has been designed to compensate for the added wear and tear on provincial roads caused by EVs and their added weight. The fee of $200 also roughly equates to what the government says the average ICE vehicle owner pays in fuel taxes each year.

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Alberta Canada Hits EV Owners With $200 Annual Tax Due To Road Damages

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