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Old 12-10-2009, 09:38 PM   #1
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The Federal and State income tax credit still apply to our vehicles.

Click on this link to view the Judge's ruling


FREE ELECTRIC CAR!

It’s time for the hustle and bustle of the holiday. It's time to drain your savings account on Christmas presents for all your loved ones!

What if I told you, you could get a very attractive, energy efficient, environmentally friendly ELECTRIC CAR for Christmas ..... virtually FREE! I know it sounds to good to be true but this time it's not! I am referring to the street-legal low-speed electric vehicle that qualifies for both the Federal and Oklahoma State income tax credits .........so you can own one for free, or almost free.

Check out the “cars available for sale” link to see for yourself. Then check out the “locations” link for information about our 3 locations and reserve your car today.

This is such a GREAT idea and you might consider getting two: his and hers models, and maybe even an extra one for the kids that are off to college. What a great Christmas present for the entire family.

The sale ends on December 31st, and quantities are limited. We want every Oklahoman who wants to buy an electric vehicle to get one. After you have reserved your car please forward a link to our website to everyone you know that would also like to redirect their personal tax dollars into a cool electric car for themselves and their family.

Merry Christmas from Ada Electric Cars!!!


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Free Golf Carts!

After money from the "stimulus" bill was spent on destroying perfectly good cars and building an Airport for Nobody, the WSJ reports that government has found an even more ridiculous way to spend your money: free golf carts.
"The purchase of some models could be absolutely free," Roger Gaddis of Ada Electric Cars in Oklahoma said earlier this year. "Is that about the coolest thing you've ever heard?"
The golf-cart boom follows an IRS ruling that many golf carts qualify for the electric-car credit.
Tony Colangelo, in Florida, calls himself "golf cart man" and is already advertising free carts.
Golf Cart Man is referring to his offer in which you can buy the cart for $8,000, get a $5,300 tax credit off your 2009 income tax, lease it back for $100 a month for 27 months, at which point Golf Cart Man will buy back the cart for $2,000. "This means you own a free Golf Cart or made $2,000 cash doing absolutely nothing!!!"
I thought this giveaway was outrageous enough that it would embarrass Congress into killing the tax credit. I thought the media would be all over Colangelo, after the WSJ story. I was wrong. When we called him, he said, “I’ve never had so many phone calls,” But most of the calls come from potential golf-cart “buyers.” Colangelo said he had received some e-mails from newspapers, but my researcher was the first reporter with whom he’d spoken.
He also said the golf-cart credit is a very good thing. Good for the politicians:
It’s all [about] going green. They want all those gas vehicles off the street. They’d rather have the electric than anything.
And good for the average person:
I never, in my entire life, got anything back from the government and I’ve always paid taxes. Why shouldn’t the people who worked hard for their money get something back?
Because government shouldn’t be in the business of taking money and giving it back! That just gives the venal cretins more power over our lives.

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it's a real tax credit. you can literally get a free golf cart.
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Thanks for the heads up. The golf carts we have here at work are slower than **** slow, and now I can get new ones on YOUR dime. Bitchin'.
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Thanks for the heads up. The golf carts we have here at work are slower than **** slow, and now I can get new ones on YOUR dime. Bitchin'.

and you thought getting $4000 trade-in value on a low MPG car was a good deal... now you can buy a $5300 golf cart and get $5300 and write off on your taxes!
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and you thought getting $4000 trade-in value on a low MPG car was a good deal... now you can buy a $5300 golf cart and get $5300 and write off on your taxes!
And then donate the golf cart to work (nonprofit organization) and write it off again.
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I never really needed a golf cart, but for free I can't argue...........I can finally have a pit car!

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And then donate the golf cart to work (nonprofit organization) and write it off again.



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Why have I not heard of this if it has been going on since August. It may get extended here in Texas to 2014, so I may jump on it then and get a nice EZGO for track duty lol. That's right, I may take advantage of this and mooch on the system. Suck it.
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Why have I not heard of this if it has been going on since August. It may get extended here in Texas to 2014, so I may jump on it then and get a nice EZGO for track duty lol. That's right, I may take advantage of this and mooch on the system. Suck it.
It's our kid's money...we might as well get our share.

I would say it's our money and to get your share, but we're borrowing now, and far past spending the taxes you and I have paid in.
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for those who actually pay taxes, might as well finally collect your own back.
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leave it to the general public to find new ways to own crap they dont need and feed off the government for no good reason.
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No i'm pretty sure I need a track golf cart. I didn't know it until now, but I need it. lol
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I showed this to dad. He needs one for the lakehouse he'll be building in a few years.
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Honestly? A golf cart? WTF are people going to do with one. Waste of money they should atleast give you a moped or something
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Anyone thinking what I'm thinking???

Turbochargers, not just for lawnmowers anymore! On the moped idea of course...
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OK got the scoop on the Tomberlin carts and the base model is still $7700. So, unless you live in a state where they give an additional rebate, you will still be paying for a fair chunk of it. EZ-GO will be coming out with a model next year called the RXV, which will fall under the LSV status. The only question is how much of the tax credit will continue in 2010.
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pretty sure they put them on sale to $6300 for the remainder of the year, they were on Stossel last night talking about the promotion.
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leave it to the general public to find new ways to own crap they dont need and feed off the government for no good reason.
It's amazing what people need when it's free. I mean, I don't NEED a faster golf cart, but I most definitely need a FREE faster golf cart. Really, who doesn't?
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