To support the uptake of electric vehicles in South Australia, the government is providing a $3,000 subsidy and a 3-year registration exemption on eligible new battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles first registered from 28 October 2021.
As at 12 April 2023 there are 6,200 electric vehicle subsidies remaining.
A $3,000 subsidy is available for 7,000 new battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles valued below $68,750 (including GST) registered in South Australia from 28 October 2021 and a 3-year registration fee exemption for new battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
Subsidies are limited to one per individual person residing in South Australia and two per business located in South Australia.
The vehicles will be required to be registered in South Australia and must not have received a rebate in another jurisdiction.
The subsidy is only available on eligible new vehicles that have not been previously registered. It is not available for used vehicles.
There is no limit on the number of electric vehicles that receive the 3-year registration fee exemption.