WANT UP TO $9,500 TOWARD A NEW CAR?
About the Program
Clean Cars 4 All is a Sac Metro Air District program to help income-qualified residents buy a zero or near zero emission car. To participate, you must turn in a 2005 model year or older car.
THE SAC METRO AIR DISTRICT PROGRAM GIVES RESIDENTS TWO OPTIONS:
*“SCRAP & REPLACE” Up to $9,500 towards the purchase or lease of a new CVRP Eligible Plug-In Hybrid, Battery Electric or Fuel Cell Vehicle OR up to $9,500 towards the purchase of a used PHEV, EV or Fuel Cell Vehicle that is less than 8 years old with less than 75,000 miles and a clean title. Participants may be eligible for an additional $2,000 in charging support. *Vehicles must be purchased through an authorized CC4A Dealer.
*“SCRAP & FORGET” – This option allows a participant to go "car-free", and receive up to $7,500 in value to use for car and bike sharing, public transit, or to buy an e-bike.
HOW DO I GET STARTED?
BEFORE BUYING A NEW CAR, FOLLOW THESE STEPS:
STEP 2. Submit an application Spring 2020 and wait to be approved before you shop
STEP 3. Use the grant to “SCRAP & REPLACE” or “SCRAP & FORGET” option
STEP 4. Scrap your old, polluting car
Clean Cars 4 All Resources Include:
*Application review and processing
*Replacement vehicle purchasing
*Financial awareness and budgeting support
*Assistance with older vehicle disposition
*Vehicle evaluation and selection
*Workforce development opportunities
*Lender selection and loan application processing
Clean Air and Climate Relevance
*The Sac Metro Air District, as a partner with the state of California, is excited to add this mobility program to the long list of other innovations emerging in the region.
*Transportation emissions, congestion, and a growing trend of single-occupant vehicle use are increasing greenhouse gas emissions and making it more challenging to meet clean air and climate change goals.
*With programs like Clean Cars 4 All, we can imagine a future less dependent on combustion vehicles for our transportation needs.
*This program is an example of the transformation of transportation taking place locally and across many regions in the state, the nation, and the world.
*We in Sacramento want to be the game changers for future mobility.
*$5 million from California Climate Investments administered by the California Air Resources Board. The funding is expected to fund 300 to 500 vehicles and about 100 alternative transportation options.