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Proposed legislation will make most electric vehicles unaffordable for many American families.
Demand equal treatment for all electric vehicles. 

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Tax incentives for electric vehicles (EVs) play a vital role in helping increase consumer awareness and green vehicle purchase decisions.  Autos Drive America wants to encourage EV investment and create a strong market in the United States that benefits ALL American auto workers and consumers.   


The U.S. Congress is considering an electric vehicle tax credit as part of the Build Back Better Act that would limit incentives for all-electric vehicles.  


This proposal is bad policy because it discriminates against American auto workers, removes consumer choice, undermines our nation’s global climate change goals, and threatens our important relationships with our trading partners. 


The bill’s limitations would: 

- Discriminate against American auto workers simply because they have chosen not to be unionized, only offering the full incentive to union-built electric vehicles. More than half of all vehicles made in the U.S., including over 80 percent of EVs, are built by Americans who chose not to join a union.  


- Take away consumer choice by skewing the marketplace by reducing the full incentive to only 2 out of over 50  available electric vehicle models.   


- Undermine efforts to combat global climate change by slowing the growth of electric vehicles on American roads by placing too many arbitrary restrictions for vehicles to receive the full tax credit. 


- Invite retaliation from  America’s trading partners over potential violation of WTO rules.  After years of tariffs against American exports and current supply chain challenges, the country does not need further disruptions. 


Today, international automakers account for:

- Nearly half of all U.S. production and new vehicle sales 


- 2.1 million direct and indirect U.S. jobs


- 500 facilities in 36 states


- 62% market share of green vehicle sales in 2020


Make Your Voice Heard!

Tell Congress you’re opposed to discriminatory EV tax credits.

It's an Insult!


What Others Are Saying...

Other lDecember 06, 2021

European Commission Letter to Senate Leadership on EV Tax Credit Proposal

Valdis Dombrovskis, Executive Vice-President of the European C...

Press Release lNovember 30, 2021

Autos Drive America’s Members Urge Senate Leadership to Oppose Discriminatory Changes to the EV Tax Credit in Build Back Better Act

Today, senior executives of twelve leading international auto ...

Press Release lNovember 19, 2021

Autos Drive America Statement on House Passage of the Build Back Better Act

Statement By Jennifer Safavian, President and CEO Autos Drive ...

Press Release lNovember 17, 2021

Autos Drive America Statement on President Biden's Visit to Michigan

Statement by Jennifer Safavian, President and CEO of Autos Dri...

Other lOctober 28, 2021

Statement from Cody Lusk, President and CEO of AIADA

Cody Lusk, President and CEO of the American International Aut...

Other lOctober 27, 2021

Letter to Congressional Leadership From Eleven Governors

Letter to Congressional leadership was signed by 11 governors ...

Other lOctober 22, 2021

Canadian Letter to Congressional Leadership on EV Tax Credit Proposal

“Canada is, therefore, very concerned with the protectionist...

Other lOctober 15, 2021

Letter to Congressional leadership from Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson: “I am deeply concerned th...

Other lOctober 08, 2021

Letter to Georgia’s Congressional Delegation from Georgia Governor Brian Kemp

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp “I join the Georgia Department ...

Other lSeptember 30, 2021

Twelve Auto Companies Send Letter to Congress Raising Concerns With EV Tax Credit

Letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi, House leadership, and the Ways...

Other lSeptember 20, 2021

Congressional Letter from Mexican Secretary of Economy on EV Tax Credit Proposal

Tatiana Clouthier, Secretary of Economy of Mexico: “Th...