Florida’s EV boom could be stifled by proposed tax measure | Commentary

Electric vehicles are driving Florida’s economy forward, generating jobs for the state and substantial savings for individual drivers. From 2021 to 2022, Florida saw a 28% increase in jobs related to electric vehicles (EVs), which significantly reduce maintenance and fuel costs and offer potential savings estimated at $84.5 billion for Floridians by 2050.

Despite the far-reaching benefits of this consumer-driven expansion of EV ownership in Florida, a new tax is being proposed that threatens to undermine these advantages for Floridians. This proposal has wisely been defeated in the past but is now being brought up again and would end up

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