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For years, green-car buyers in California have enjoyed a special perk: access to high-occupancy vehicle lanes that can whiz past gridlock, even with just a single occupant.
The California Air Resources Board is responsible for the official list of vehicles qualified to receive Clean Air Vehicle decals allowing solo drivers use of High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes. The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is responsible for accepting applications and issuing decals to qualified vehicles.
If you’ve recently purchased a 2012 Chevy Volt in California with the low emissions package for California, as a rule of thumb these are Volts that were Built and Sold after March 1, 2012.
Soon, electric cars in California will be able to benefit from a new HOV sticker that will allow driving in the state’s carpool lanes with no carpool evidence in tow.
The Clean Air Vehicle (CAV) decal program is administered by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) in partnership with the California Air Resources Board (ARB).
The California Legislature has voted to allow drivers of plug-in cars to cruise the state's High-Occupancy Vehicle lanes solo for another six years.
If you live in California (and a handful of other states), these HOV stickers are highly desirable, so why not learn the right and paint-safe method of application.
update 3/18/2012: This post has been updated with complete instructions, see the updated post at the California Chevy Volt Rebates and HOV Lane Sticker Page – 2012.. Good news, if you are in the market for a 2012 Chevy Volt, you will soon have access to HOV / Carpool lanes during commute hours without a 2 nd or third passenger! This is currently this is being rolled out in California, with ...
California's green and white HOV sticker program, allowing solo drivers of electric cars and some plug-in hybrids to use the carpool lane, was due to expire on Jan. 1, 2015.
This report explores the use of high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes by exempt vehicles, including Inherently Low-Emission Vehicles (ILEV), environmentally friendly vehicles, law enforcement and emergency vehicles, and designated public transportation vehicles. Potential issues and approaches for allowing these types of exempt vehicles to use HOV lanes are examined.