I recently test drove an i3 and loved it. I live in a state where I'm only going to get the federal tax incentive, but I do qualify for a $10k corporate incentive if, and only if, I purchase a 2019 vehicle. I'm on the east coast, so charging stations are not as robust where I live. I'm curious of two things (I am considering a REX): 1) Is it worth it to buy this car instead of leasing, even if I end up having to rent a car for work trips to the office about 6 times a year (the office is 150ish miles one way and often there is A LOT of stop and go traffic (an extra 45 minutes worth). There are no Level 2 chargers within walking distance to the office, but I could probably Uber/Lyft/take a bus to and from one if necessary and if the car could make it close enough), and 2) it looks like people are getting a refund on the fed credit as long as they paid at least $7500 in income taxes for the year that they bought the car, correct? I'm seeing conflicting information on getting the credit in the different forums that discuss this. Some people seem to suggest that you have to owe in order to get the credit--that there is no hope for a refund if you've already paid the taxes you owe, say as income tax paid through your employer. Can anyone confirm how this works?