Blzlovr wrote:My stickers will expire at the end of the year for my 2015 Leaf, but I didn't use the carpool lane very much, I drive too slow. I'll still have the free 91 tollroad access.
From the CA Clean Air website:
22. Q: My vehicle was eligible and issued clean air decals prior to January 1, 2017; can I apply for new decals after January 1, 2019, when my white or green decal expires?
A: No. Under the new CAV program, vehicles that were issued CAV decals prior to January 1, 2017, are no longer eligible to receive new decals after January 1, 2019, (California Vehicle Code 5205.5).
mihird wrote:I have....question is, do you want a 31Kwh/111 mile range battery in 2018? The Kia Soul is much better priced than the 2018 Leaf/Bolt..
The 30Kwh cars are going to be obsolete very soon...Kia has a PHEV (Nero) which is as competitively priced as the Soul, but then that's a PHEV - different vehicle altogether...
Kia could be bringing a 40Kwh/63Kwh version(s) of the Kia Nero in pure Electric later this summer...
Also the 2018 Chevy Volt is more competitively priced than the 2018 Bolt/Leaf. Again a PHEV though..
Garba wrote:Is 2018 Chevy Volt eligible for the new red HOV sticker?
Blzlovr wrote: I'll still have the free 91 tollroad access.
DarthPuppy wrote:My plan? New car.
Just this weekend I got the new red stickers. I'm supposed to be able to renew in January. Hopefully that renewal is a simple online matter and extends the life of the stickers I now have, rather than have to wait for new stickers and replace the stickers that are now on the car. It took DMV 38 days to get my stickers to me. I imagine they will get flooded in January...