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Electric vehicle user charge put on hold as SA Government monitors similar taxes interstate

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The State Government has delayed the introduction of a user charge for electric cars by a year to allow time to monitor similar measures interstate.

The Treasurer Rob Lucas announced as part of his State Budget in November last year that the government planned to charge electric vehicle drivers for using the road, just as other motorists pay the fuel excise duty.

The charge was expected to raise about $1 million per year starting from July this year, but the government has announced a 12-month extension.

Mr Lucas said the…



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