Aug 30 2014
At peak, bus lanes in Oslo are stormed by cars. Legally. To foster the development of the electric car, the Norwegian government has indeed allowed their drivers to use lanes reserved for transit. This is beginning to cause serious problems, because of their more and more important.
So, at certain times, 85% of vehicles in bus lanes are electric cars. Success is indeed impressive. Since the beginning of the year, nearly 13% of registrations in Norway relate to electric vehicles. In France, it's less … 0.6%. No
To achieve this level, the Norwegian authorities have increased the benefits. Besides the ability to travel in bus lanes, a Renault or Nissan Zoe1 leaf2 can use free public parking, there is also free or charge flow freely congestion charges paydayloans. Above all, the owner does not have to pay sales taxes imposed upon other vehicles. These benefits
starting to cringe. Bus drivers and passengers of course. But the Ministry of Finance, which evaluates to 4 billion kronor (500 million euros) the cost of tax exemptions. Prime Minister Erna Solberg3 recently indicated that it was possible to consider "the downward adjustments in the future." Worrying owners of electric cars: 48% of them explain making such a purchase just to save money.As with fast payday loans, this recently used to be the case, but competitive lenders and higher demand has taken this loan type to mainstay levels.