Tax Credit has not been claimed on this vehicle. I know there are different incentives for business vs personal tax incentives. You would have to contact an accountant to learn the details on that.
Tires are less than a year old and are frequently serviced. They do have tire certificates on them through discount tire that can be transfered.
My power bill at 11 cents/kWh is around $23 a month on average for this vehicle. I drove a gas vehicle before this and spent $120 a month on average getting 40mpg.
If you are new to electric vehicles I can answer any questions and assist with any details as needed. I know it can be confusing and/or overwhelming to some. It does come with a charger (“34mph”) and I will provide the charger adapter for non-Tesla charging stations. If you don’t have an EV charger at home, I can provide details on what to buy, how to wire, and possible could do the installation or walk through what to do. I wired mine myself for less than $150.