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Industry expert: Georgia's fee on electric vehicles 'counterproductive'
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Ogeechee Technical College recently installed eight electric vehicle charging stations on its campus in Statesboro that are available to the public. The state of Georgia is trying to figure a way to charge EV owners for helping maintain the state's roads. Currently, taxes from gasoline pay for road maintenance. (Photo courtesy OTC)
ATLANTA — Georgia should consider getting rid of the state's high fee on electric vehicle registrations in favor of an alternative that doesn't discourage motorists from buying EVs, an auto industry lobbyist said Monday.
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