Legendary reliability, Zero-Emissions and Now Even More Cost Effective
The most reliable and cost-effective utility vehicles in the industry have been equipped to be street legal on many roads posted at 35 mph or less. The Carryall LSV line boasts a tough, dependable AC drive system and 1/2 ton vehicle capacity for those demanding jobs. And the ALL NEW Villager LSV can comfortably transport up to four passengers. As the world's largest manufacturer of 4-wheel electric vehicles, Club Car knows what it takes to make a reliable electric vehicle that can reduce your year over year ownership costs.
Federal tax credits are available for Club Car Street Legal Low-Speed Vehicles (LSVs), if you qualify. Reduce your carbon emissions, and save money at the same time.
2009 Tax Year Credits (IRC 30D)- Tax credits of up to $5,836 on Carryall Street Legal Low Speed Vehicles (LSV) and up to $4,168 on the New Street Legal Villager LSV are available on units purchased and put into service by December 31, 2009, if you qualify. Click here to see the IRS guidance. Click here to see Club Car's IRS certification.
2010-2011 Tax Credits (IRC 30)- Tax credits of $880 to $1,300 or more are available, if you qualify. Tax credits are based on 10% of the vehicle invoice price for Carryall and Villager Street Legal Low Speed Vehicles (LSVs) purchased and put into service by December 31, 2011. Click here to see the IRS guidance. See Club Car's IRS certification.
Non-Profit, Municipal, State and Federal Government customers, you too can enjoy the benefits of the Federal Tax Credit program. Contact your local Club Car LSV dealer to find out how.
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