As we read the Aptera’s two-seater, three-wheel, 100% electric roadster-styled vehicle is an autocycle by many state definitions. And registered as a motorcycle in most states.
This is my case in ARIZONA:
I got this answer, via an online chat with Arizona’s ADOT regarding registering the Aptera here, after sharing Aptera website description of the Aptera:
✅ Yes Aptera should qualify for all the ADOT “ Alternative Fuel “ Vehicle Incentives*
✖️No 😔Arizona does not make their special Clean Air - “ Blue Skies “ Alternative Fuel license plate in the motorcycle size plate ( they only make car/truck size plates)
After reading this I was concerned... Well then how will my Aptera be “tagged” as an Alternative Fuel vehicle, which would be clear to Law Enforcement / MV when I am on the road using the HOV lane with only one person, using a carpool space, etc?.
✅😁 When you get the vehicle registered you we will give you an “Alternative Fuel Sticker” that you can put on your standard motorcycle license plate. With that sticker you will still get the incentives. *
Do you have a similar program system in your state? Or do you have Alternative Fuel license plates for cars, trucks, motorcycles, autocycles, etc?