It came today, waited for the 7/1 start date, Purchased on 7/3 and had to wait for the title # before MVA would process, Placed in the mail on 7/16, and just got it today. WooWoo, not too bad really 90 days total.
If you don't mind my asking, when did you actually send the letter to MVA? I ask because the form goes two places, starts at MVA (I assume to verify that you've actually bought and registered a new qualifying EV), and then gets handed off to the Comptroller Office who actually issue the check. I was told the Comptroller alone may take 4-6 weeks, but I wonder if they meant 4-6 weeks in total.Got my check yesterday from the Maryland Dept. of Transportation for the remainder of the $3,000 excise tax refund. Came at the end of the 4-6 week window they had indicated.
Missed the detail about the adjustment. Thanks for the data point. It does help.I think they mean 4-6 weeks total. It took about 6 wks ( I submitted at the end of August 2017) to get the first check which refunded only the excise tax I paid. The check I received yesterday was a result of MD fixing their error and "refunded" the remaining of the maximum amount ($3,000) provided for in the law. MD notified me of their error in mid-December 2017.
Hope this helps.
I had the same experience, dealer did and submitted the excise tax paperwork -- that was about 2 months ago, so I'm waiting patiently and hoping dealership did the submission correctly (have heard nothing from state of MD.)Thank you guys for this very useful thread. Just picked up our Bolt a few weeks ago, and the dealer filed the Excise Tax Credit paperwork for us together with the tag/title (was able to drive away with plates already on the vehicle). My wife and I were under the impression we would only get what we paid for in excise tax (<$3,000). This thread is making me more hopeful now. Hopefully the dealer filed the paperwork correctly.