Jumping on the electric bandwagon


Cars add a lot to the carbon that Malaysia emits and adds to global warming, so pushing electric vehicles (EVs) and growing the infrastructure needed to support them – like setting up enough charging stations – would help us reduce our carbon emissions. — 123rf.com

Electric car enthusiast Farhan Abdul Rahim is thrilled about the tax exemptions for the sector recently announced in Budget 2022.

Farhan, who has had a Tesla Model 3 for over a year, thinks that the full exemptions from import and excise duties and sales tax for electric vehicles (EVs) will make the price of these cars more affordable to Malaysians.

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