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Electric car for 100 euros per month: here is the real cost of social leasing including insurance

Six short weeks and then it was all gone. The government has decided to end social leasing by 2024, as reported by our colleagues at Les Échos this Monday, February 12th. “This is a real success,” they tell us at the Elysee Palace. The operation will resume at the end of 2024 in 2025.” The contract is for a year, renewable once.

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But the operation only applies to households whose basic tax income per share does not exceed the threshold of 15,400 euros, or about 3,300 euros net per month for a couple with one child. A single person earning the minimum wage is also eligible to receive benefits. With a promise: the opportunity for the most frugal French to drive an electric car for less than 100 euros for city cars and 150 euros for family cars. Except that this amount only includes the monthly lease amount.

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Source: Le Parisien

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