So why would you hate the Volt based on a govt screw-up? If you really hate it, sell it. Take the loss and move on.
Be frustrated with the govt, they rarely do anything well. The entire tax credit deal was bungled, pretty much a giveaway to the upper middle class and above. Lower earners did not benefit at all.
btw, Our credits went just fine, pretty straightforward IRS forms as those things go.
Love the Volt, GM did a fantastic job with the car.
testing this forum. I hate my 2014 Volt. IRS is still auditing my credit
i read the op's post a few times now and i still don't see where he is blaming the car. he said he's frustrated and went on to say it was with the tax credit. we don't know why he hasn't received it and that was all i got out of it. where did he say it was the cars fault?
"I hate my 2014 Volt." Clear enough for you?testing this forum. I hate my 2014 Volt. IRS is still auditing my credit
Go ahead. Chevy isn't handling your tax credit. Not sure if that's making it through the fog of your war. We can only try to explain it to you. You have to do your part too.All I got to say is, if Chevy screws up my tax credit, I'm gonna get mad and post something here. So there!
The dealer sends the copy of the MCO/MSO to the state when they register your car. That document would be on record with the DMV. You might be able to get a copy from them.The dealer does not have anything to do with "manufacturer certification". IRC 30D and IRS Notice 2009-89 have nothing to do with an MCO/MSO.
Yes it becomes void after the car is titled.Plus I know for a fact the DMV considers it void after they issue a title