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i sent in my application last week and they said they might not be able to look at it until 30 business days. what is the typical turnaround time?

and-- if you decide to change your car in 2 years do they really ask you to pay it back?
 

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Sounds like you're talking about the state of California crvp...My dealer did my paper work so it was sent out the day I took delivery, took about 7 weeks...Have seen 6-8 weeks reported so 30 business days sounds about right...

The rules currently state you have to keep the car for 30 months and if you no longer own the car (car could be totaled due to no fault of your own) you pay back the prorated rate...$1500/ 30 months is $50/mo, so in your scenario of selling at 24 months, you'd need to pay back $300...If I think you'll find the resale value very unappealing, though...

Lastly it's reported on other forums that people are selling there cars and not getting crvp bills...No one seems to know why some are reporting crvp bills why others are not...
 

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i sent in my application last week and they said they might not be able to look at it until 30 business days. what is the typical turnaround time?

and-- if you decide to change your car in 2 years do they really ask you to pay it back?
They may not but others might.

Go over to the other office and tell the admin clerk (not the new one) about the the alternative section rebate provision, then get the third revised form and enter 3 in the box. Drop an envelope off.

Based on your post, I'm sure that's all clear to you :)

Seriously, you could provide details rather than your somewhat cryptic message above. We are not mind readers, lol.
 

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It took about two weeks to approve my Calif $1,500 rebate. I got the check about 30 days after it was approved. The check is sent from San Diego.

My friend leased a 2014 Volt when he lived in Los Angeles. He moved to Las Vegas about 14 months later and registered the Volt in Nevada. He has never been asked for any money back from California.
 
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