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Maryland MVA - HOV Permit
How long should it take to get an HOV permit? The VW dealer does not issue them but the MVA web site list it as the first source. I filled out the application and mailed it to the Maryland MVA about a month ago and never got the permit. How long has it taken other Maryland ID.4 owners?
It took me between 3-4 weeks. Did you get the dealer to sign off on the form?
 

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I looked at a copy of form VR-335 that I mailed in to MVA and I don’t see a spot for a dealer sign off. Just requires my signature. I’ll give it another week as it’s just 3 weeks since I mailed it. With USPS so slow these days it might take a little longer. Thanks for your input.
 

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Maryland MVA - HOV Permit
How long should it take to get an HOV permit? The VW dealer does not issue them but the MVA web site list it as the first source. I filled out the application and mailed it to the Maryland MVA about a month ago and never got the permit. How long has it taken other Maryland ID.4 owners?
Didn't apply, not planning to.
 

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Didn't apply, not planning to.
Same here- I got the permit on my last EV, (Chevy Bolt) but since my first EV in 2016, I used the Maryland HOV lanes with just me in the car, exactly...... once. Looks like it's most useful for folks commuting regularly on rt. 50 or I-270.

By the way, hello from Perry Hall; 1 month owner of a Dusk Blue Pro S, and loving it. I haven't seen any ID's around here in the wild, although my dealer seemed to be selling quite a few of them (Heritage VW in Parkville)....
 

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Same here- I got the permit on my last EV, (Chevy Bolt) but since my first EV in 2016, I used the Maryland HOV lanes with just me in the car, exactly...... once. Looks like it's most useful for folks commuting regularly on rt. 50 or I-270.
I rarely have a need for the HOV lane and just consider the free permit a nice perk for being an early EV adapter. The way I look at it, I get to free up one more spot in the right lanes for the ICE vehicles and at the same time get to use the mostly unused left lane. The idea is to get everyone to move a little faster and save a little fuel. The I270 HOV is the only one I would ever have a need to use in Maryland and that would not be very often.
 

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I bought my ID.4 on May 12th 2021 and have not seen another one on the road until today Oct 15 2021. It was a white one driving down Falls Road from Potomac to Rockville. I was beginning to think I had the only one in Maryland. 👋
 

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Oh no, there's plenty of us out here. Although I've only seen one on the road. I've met many nice EV owners at EA charging locations. And mostly ID4s 😁.
We had an EV event back in Oct, and i think there were 4 ID4 there. And whenever I use EA, I usually run into another one or two.

Probably no more events until spring.
 
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