Automakers rush to sell electric vehicles before Biden signs bill with new rules

Automakers are scrambling to offer their electric vehicles before Friday to get before new, more rigid prerequisites tax breaks for the vehicles

that will kick in when President Joe Biden signs the perfect energy and medical services bill set for a vote in the House toward the week's end.

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The Inflation Reduction Act, expected to clear the House Friday, remembers extra limitations for qualification for the $7,500 electric vehicle tax break,

 including new obtaining necessities for battery materials, as well as a gathering rule requiring electric vehicles to go through the last phases of assembling in North America.

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The actions are intended to boost more homegrown electric vehicle fabricating. Be that as it may, temporarily, industry authorities say, 

the new prerequisites could make it challenging for most to fit the bill for the tax break.

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