Under the new electric vehicle policy, the government is going to waive road tax and registration fees of customers on the purchase of all battery vehicles for the next three years. With this, customers will be given a profit of up to Rs 1.50 lakh on the purchase of a new vehicle. This is in addition to the Rs 2.50 lakh profit announced last year.
Under this new policy, separate stickers will be installed in the purchase, before this the green number plate has already been required for electric vehicle. Only the first 1000 electric vehicle users will get this benefit in Delhi area.
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Currently, electric SUVs such as Tata Nexon EV, Hyundai Kona Electric and MG ZS EV are being sold in Delhi, so customers can benefit from buying these SUVs now. All three electric SUVs are of good range.
Not only this, but it is also going to help in creating a charging infrastructure to help electric vehicles. At present, public chargers are to be installed on every 3 km range under the policy of the Delhi government, this is also important because the government is aiming for 25 percent electric vehicles in the capital by 2024.
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The government is going to give a profit of Rs 6000 on the first 30,000 charging points to be installed at home or office. In such a situation, the worry of charging of these electric SUVs also ends, most companies charge free charging points at customers’ home or office.
All three leading electric SUVs are available in Delhi, along with Tata Tigor Electric and Mahindra’s electric cars are also available for sale. In the coming years, many companies including Maruti Suzuki are going to bring electric cars. In such a situation, this time is suitable for buying Rajdhani electric vehicles.
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Let’s say that people are gradually adopting electric vehicles in the country. Recently, actress Mandira Bedi has bought a Tata Nexon electric SUV. At the same time, cricketer Robin Uthappa has recently taken delivery of the ampere electric scooter.