Kentucky electric cars now pay two taxes where gas cars only pay one
'First, EVs will have to pay an additional $120 registration fee every year, over and above the normal registration fees for all vehicles....But on top of this, public EV charging stations in Kentucky now have to pay an additional 3 cents per kilowatt hour of electricity distributed, and an additional 3 cents for those chargers that are on state property."
Exciting changes in store for #Louisville !
The multimillion-dollar 'Reimagine Ninth Street’ Plan will transform the six-lane thoroughfare into a street that's more pedestrian friendly with dedicated bus lanes and green space. The ‘Broadway All the Way’ project will work to improve one of the busiest streets in the Metro by adding bus rapid transit and enhancing pedestrian and bus shelters.
The Kentucky Bourbon Trail Is A World-Class Bike Trip
"Kentucky is next level in terms of politeness...Everyone waves you through intersections and yields politely to let you in when turning, and in 5 days and over 200 miles, I did not experience a single rude driver, comment, or gesture or even once have a car come what I consider too close."