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Got an e-mail reply from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection that they have processed my rebate for the purchase of my Fisker Karma and I should see the check in 6-8 weeks, $3500. Sweet.

Probably come the same time my tax refund for the charger comes, then its just a matter of filing 2012 taxes for my federal $7500 about this time next year.
 

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nice man! I come from Oklahoma and we don't give a damn about the environment here so no state rebates at all, just relying on the federal one.
 

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tyler said:
nice man! I come from Oklahoma and we don't give a damn about the environment here so no state rebates at all, just relying on the federal one.
There are like 5 people in Oklahoma. How much can you affect the environment?
Sigurd from Texas:D
 

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Sigurd said:
tyler said:
nice man! I come from Oklahoma and we don't give a damn about the environment here so no state rebates at all, just relying on the federal one.
There are like 5 people in Oklahoma. How much can you affect the environment?
Sigurd from Texas:D
hahaha that would be the Texan way to look at it! just would be nice for a little extra rebate to pay off the teepee I live in and the new stallion I got for my horse-buggy I take to work every day :p
 

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tyler said:
Sigurd said:
tyler said:
nice man! I come from Oklahoma and we don't give a damn about the environment here so no state rebates at all, just relying on the federal one.
There are like 5 people in Oklahoma. How much can you affect the environment?
Sigurd from Texas:D
hahaha that would be the Texan way to look at it! just would be nice for a little extra rebate to pay off the teepee I live in and the new stallion I got for my horse-buggy I take to work every day :p
@tyler - what kind of reaction do you get to your electric car in a state (Oklahoma) that produces a lot of oil compared to its size/population?
 

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Well most people just take a look at it and assume its some v8 or v12 powered supercar and snap a couple shots on their phone and move on down the road. Other's see that it says hybrid on the not-exhausts on the back, assume it's a normal hybrid, take their pics and move on but for the most part, those that stop to ask to truly get an understanding of the car are car lovers and get interested in the technology/design of it. I honestly haven't come across anyone that has had a reaction because it's electric and the gas we have around here. But from my own observations, I've seen one Volt in town and I've seen one other Karma around (although there should be around 7 of them in town by now), and for the most part everyone here drives their big v8 powered trucks. Things here certainly aren't geared towards moving into the electric car/ environmentally friendly, non-fossil-fuel-reliant as they are in certain other states such as california. There are no public charging stations around here and no kind of incentive at all towards buying an electric car. What very little public transport type programs we have here have moved somewhat towards natural gas powered as we have huge surpluses of that here so to answer your question, I don't get much of a reaction to it but the state as a whole really doesn't seem to care very much to move into this new era of transport.
 
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