Sorry, there aren't any alternative fuel stations in or near Max.
Above is a complete list of alternative fuel locations in or near Max, ND: biodiesel; compressed natural gas (CNG); ethanol (E85); electric; hydrogen; liquefied natural gas (LNG), liquefied petroleum gas (propane) & more.
Tax incentives and/or other rebates, credits, incentives or related initiaves for drivers of alternative fuel vehicles or for other uses of alternative fuel in Max, ND.
A low-speed vehicle is defined as a four-wheeled vehicle that can reach speeds of at least 20 miles per hour (mph) but not more than 25 mph. Low-speed vehicles may not operate on roads with posted speed limits greater than 35 mph, except to cross such roads. Low-speed vehicles must be registered with the state; vehicles owned and used by the federal government, the state, or another state are exempt from registration fees. (Reference North Dakota Century Code 39-29.1)
PEV owners must pay an annual fee in addition to other registration fees. The fee is $120 for all-electric vehicles, $50 for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, and $20 for electric motorcycles. Fees contribute to the Highway Tax Distribution Fund. (Reference North Dakota Century Code 39-04)
A parking space designated for PEVs must be indicated by signage approved by the North Dakota Department of Transportation that indicates that it is only for PEV charging. The signage must be consistent with the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration's Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.An individual is not allowed to stop, stand, or park a motor vehicle within any parking space specifically designated for parking and charging PEVs unless the motor vehicle is connected to the charger. A fee of $50 applies for non-PEVs that park in spaces designated for PEVs.(Reference North Dakota Century Code 39-06.1-06 and 39-10-50.1)
The city of Max (ND) in McLean County has an estimated population of 334.
There are currently at least 0 alternative fuel stations in or near Max, ND (10-mile radius).
Federal and state laws keep the cost of alternative fuels competitive with gasoline or diesel.