Permitting homeowners to install chargers at street curbs and to have exclusive access to parking beside those stations for nightly recharging of registered EVs.
Providing access to high occupancy vehicle lanes for qualifying super ultra-low emission vehicles.
Model legislation providing free parking on the street and in municipal garages for alternative fuel vehicles through 2030.
The Tennessee HOV Smart Pass program allows eligible hybrid and electric vehicles to use HOV lanes if they apply for and display a decal.
Under SB 2746, plug-in electric vehicles are eligible for the HOV lane with the correct license plate displayed.
Under Georgia Code 32-9-4, plug-in electric vehicles are eligible for the HOV lane with the correct license plate displayed.
Under Statute 316-0741, plug-in electric vehicles are eligible for most HOV lanes with Florida’s HOV decal.
Under Statute 28-2416, battery-electric vehicles qualify for HOV lanes at any time, regardless of number of passengers, as long as the BEV has a special license plate.