Careful reading of Nissan USA web site (LEAF section) shows last day for purchase in all USA markets covered by the program as 7/7/2019. Since I won't be purchasing an SL+ that soon, I assume the program will be expired if I do decide to buy a new car. I guess that is one way to mitigate the slow charge rate (rapid gate) issue since buyers will be less likely to drive long distances if they have to pay $10 for each DCQC.cwerdna wrote:Wasn't sure if I should post this here or elsewhere. https://www.ez-charge.com/ says "Don't miss out! Last day to purchase or lease a LEAF to qualify for this offer is July 7, 2019."
https://www.evgo.com/special-offers/nis ... ge-charge/ says "Don't miss out. Offer ends July 7, 2019!"
I wonder if it'll really end that day or just be extended and the "end date" is intended to be a call to action/create demand by creating an artificial sense of urgency.
Unclear as I don't see it addressed at https://www.ez-charge.com/faq. You'd have to contact them if the answer's not there.eplus wrote:Does anyone know if the No Charge to Charge can be transferred when selling a 2018 LEAF?
The start date is the date the car was first titled. Both of ours had NCTC, and I got the program termination email in both cases two years to the date they were both titled. So, generally speaking it’s the day you purchased it or very close to it.iPlug wrote:Anyone know how the NCTC program activation/start date is determined? We are on our second Leaf lease, picked up the latest the beginning of the month. Haven't needed to activate it yet.
Does it start from purchase/lease date or when enrolled/activated or something else? Can't remember from 3 years ago as we enrolled about the same time of the first lease anyway.