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January 10, 2014 5:52 PM

NC electric car drivers begin paying $100 annual fee

Some electric car drivers are willing to pay a new $100 state fee to help with state transportation needs, but others warn that the fee will discourage drivers from switching to cars that do not pollute the air. Hybrid cars, which use both fuel and electricity, are not affected by the fee.

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