Yes I was under the impression that used cars don't get the rebate, but perhaps this car was never actually sold to anyone?
In that case it might still be eligible for the rebate.
I would have to ship it to my location, which would be a considerable amount of money.
Here's another thought....isn't it bad for EV's to sit around not doing any driving? I read somewhere to not let them be stagnant for over two weeks.
With only 800 miles on it, it would be assumed this car has been sitting for a very long time. Unless someone just kept it plugged in all the time, the batteries would be compromissed, would they not?
But hey! Thanks for the tip, I appreciate it. Keep em' coming.
In the meantime I'm going to go test drive the one I found closer to home.
I'm a very short/petite person (I'm a tiny 4 foot 11 inch girl) do you think I'd be comfortable in one of these things?
I know the steering wheel isn't adjustable, I might have to drive with a booster seat!