Hybrid and Diesel Tax Credits Expire This Month
If you've been putting off buying a hybrid or diesel vehicle, and want to cash in on the Federal tax credits, you'd better hurry, as they're set to expire December 31.
In fact, tax credits on many Ford, Honda, and Toyota hybrids have already expired.
But tax credits are still available on the following 2010 and 2011 hybrids:
Several diesel vehicles are also eligible:
If you're interested in any of these vehicles, now's the time to act.
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