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We’re so excited to get more of you behind the wheel and begin meeting you for a drive experience. Our drive program is expanding rapidly, and we’ll be offering more opportunities for drives each month. Sign up for our newsletter to follow the journey and receive notifications about changes to our event schedule.
For both tour events and mobile drives, you’ll receive an invitation to schedule through your Rivian Account when the opportunity is available in your area. During your demo drive, you’ll have the opportunity to experience the vehicle’s acceleration, capabilities and interior features — including materials and in-vehicle navigation. At our tour events, you’ll have an opportunity to drive on pavement and off-pavement and experience ascents, descents and light rocky sections providing you with a well-rounded drive experience. We’ll also have a number of different configurations and options present for you to explore. The 30-minute drive appointment consists of a vehicle walk-around and drive. We’ve set up stations with Rivian team members so you can do deep dives to learn how we built the R1T and have all your questions answered. You’ll be able to experience R1T charging, storage and more, before or after your drive appointment — just make sure to check our hours of operation and plan accordingly. During a mobile drive, you’ll experience a Rivian with guidance from one of our Field Specialists. Mobile drives consist of a vehicle walk-around followed by a 20-minute drive.
You may be eligible for federal, state or local incentives subject to applicable incentive terms and conditions.* Federal Incentives The United States offers an electric vehicle Federal Tax Credit incentive for any taxpayers adopting vehicles after December 31st, 2009. State and County Incentives Alaska Alaska Power & Telephone offers an electric vehicle incentive. Arizona Salt River Project Plug-In and Save EV Rebate of Arizona offers an electric vehicle rebate. California Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District offers an alternative fuel vehicle incentive. California Air Resources Board Clean Vehicle Grants offers an electric vehicle incentive. Community Housing Development Corporation Driving Clean Assistance Program offers an electric vehicle incentive. Eastern Kern Air Pollution Control District offers a vehicle voucher for the purchase of new lower-emitting vehicles. Pasadena Department of Water and Power has rebates and incentives available for electric vehicle owners. San Joaquin Valley Pollution Control District offers an incentive to residents and businesses for obtaining a new clean-air vehicle. Turlock Irrigation District (TID) offers an electric vehicle incentive. Colorado Colorado Zero Emission Vehicle Tax Credits offers a vehicle tax credit for electric vehicles. San Isabel Electric Association (SIEZ) offers an electric vehicle rebate. Connecticut Groton Utilities offers a rebate in their limited-time pilot rebate program for electric vehicle purchases. There is a Reduced Registration Fee for Electric Vehicles offered in the state of Connecticut. District of Columbia District of Columbia Department of Motor Vehicles offers a tax exemption for original purchasers and subsequent purchasers of the electric vehicle. Iowa MidAmerican Energy offers a rebate for electric vehicles. Louisiana Louisiana state provides a tax credit for residents who purchase an “alternative fuel” vehicle. Massachusetts The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources provides a state rebate for the purchase of battery electric vehicles. New Hampshire New Hampshire Electric Co-op offers a rebate for battery electric vehicles, additional tax credits and incentives may be available. New Jersey The state of New Jersey offers a sales tax exemption for zero-emission vehicles. North Carolina Roanoke Electric Cooperative offers an electric vehicle incentive. Vermont Green Mountain Power offers an electric vehicle incentive. The Public Power Supply Authority of Vermont offers an electric vehicle incentive. *Rivian provides content on electric vehicles and home charging for informational purposes only and makes no representation or guarantee of completeness, accuracy, usefulness or timeliness. Qualification for incentives varies, and you should consult the requirements for each incentive to determine if you qualify. Consult qualified professionals prior to making any legal, financial or tax-related decisions. Information provided by Rivian should not be construed as financial, tax or legal advice.
You can charge your Rivian vehicle on the road, at home or just about anywhere there’s an outlet. We’re building our Rivian Adventure Network for Rivian owners, a comprehensive network of fast-charging stations across the US and Canada — capable of adding up to 140 miles of range in 20 minutes. Rivian Waypoint chargers will be located near shopping centers, restaurants, hotels, parks and other popular destinations. Waypoint chargers will be open to the public and have a J1772 plug, making them compatible with other electric vehicles. For the quickest and most convenient charge at home, the Rivian Wall Charger is capable of charging up to 25 miles per hour. Rivian vehicles come standard with our Portable Charger that plugs into higher-powered 240V outlets as well as standard 120V outlets — capable of charging up to 16 miles of range per hour. We are also integrating with other nationwide CCS networks to ensure charging is always easily accessible, wherever you go. You’ll be able to find Rivian charging locations and other CCS sites directly from your in-vehicle touchscreen. Simply choose your destination and the navigation will automatically route you through any needed charging stops. Learn more about charging at home and on the road.
Charging costs vary based on the cost of electricity in your area. In general, when charging at home, you can expect to fully charge a Rivian vehicle for about half the cost of a tank of gas. You can also program your Rivian Wall Charger to accept charge during off-peak hours when energy rates are most affordable, further lowering your costs. For public charging, pricing varies as each charging network sets its own price. Pricing often correlates to the charger’s speed and even still, pricing is typically at or below the cost of gasoline. Refer to the charger’s screen for specific pricing details.
A trade-in is used as a credit towards your new Rivian. Rivian will make a trade-in offer during our online purchasing experience. We accept most makes and models of vehicles as trade-in, though some may require manual review. These decisions are determined by a combination of user-supplied information, market value and vehicle history. Rivian will collect your trade-in vehicle on delivery day.