Coloradans seek $37.5M in cash for their clunkers
DENVER – Federal officials say Colorado car dealers applied for $37.5 million in rebates from the Cash for Clunkers program that ended Monday.
The Colorado Automobile Dealers Association says about 8,900 vehicles were sold in the state under the program.
The Colorado Department of Revenue says the program brought in about $9 million in state and local sales tax revenues.
The government says dealers nationwide submitted 690,114 sales totaling $2.88 billion.
Information from: The Denver Post, http://www.denverpost.com
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