The documentation is probably a moot issue for you. The income limits changed February 24 of last year. These are the current limitsSo I have a question about what constitutes a good proof of purchase - it seems some people have been able to get by with just the order agreement? (CVRP $2000 MYP Qualification based on order date. Anyone have a Motor Vehicle Purchase Agreement?)
Currently, the income limits change if "purchase" happens after Feb 24 - my delivery is some time in late March / April, but my order is already placed. Would I be able to still claim the CVRP rebate with my order agreement document?
Trawled through documentation on CVRP website which states that
a) "purchase date" is defined as the date when vehicle is registered with California DMV
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b) there's a few different permutations for allowed documents for proof of purchase, one of which includes the order agreement but only if it contains a VIN (mine doesn't) - https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/site...on/cvrp/Tesla_Sample_Supporting_Documents.pdf
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Given the discrepancy between seemingly hard coded requirements on CVRP website on the one hand and feedback from a TMC member above (who was able to get by with just the order agreement), which do I believe? Does anyone have experience with the strictness of the documentation required by CVRP?
There is no way I'll be able to get the car delivered + registered with DMV before Feb 24th
- $135,000 for single filers
- $175,000 for head-of-household
- $200,000 for joint filers
01/12/23 (purchase date): The date Teslas become eligible for the CVRP again
02/28/23 (application date): Effective date for increased rebates for consumers with household incomes that are less than or equal to 400% of the federal poverty level.
04/15/23 (application date): Last date to apply for the rebate using the figures from your 2021 tax return. Beginning 04/16/23, they will use the figures from your 2022 tax return.