Dealer Enrollment

Become a Participating Dealership


To participate as a dealer in the MOR-EV Point of Sale Rebate Program, you must meet the following requirements:

  •  Licensed to sell vehicles in Massachusetts.
  •  Have a valid tax identification number.
  •   Sell a rebate-eligible electric vehicle (EV) or fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV).
    Agree to and provide a signed copy of the Participating Dealer Agreement via email to

Dealerships that meet the criteria outlined above are eligible to enroll in the program. For more information, please review the MOR-EV Guideline for Participating Dealerships.

Enrollment Step One – Complete Application

The enrollment process is simple – click the button below labeled "Enroll Dealership" and complete a short form to get started.

Enrollment Application

Please note: The individual that fills out the enrollment form will be considered the primary contact for the dealership and will be responsible for managing the dealership account. Typically, the primary contact is either the dealership owner or general manager.

Enrollment Step Two - Dealership Account

Once the dealership enrollment form is submitted and verified by the program team, the primary contact will receive an email containing their dealership's unique ID for the MOR-EV Rebate Program along with a link to Create an Account. The unique ID is required to ensure the primary contact's account gets linked to the dealership's program account.

Each dealership will receive three accounts – one for the primary contact and two employee accounts. Employees can create their own accounts and link them to the dealership’s program account using the same unique ID that is provided to the primary contact.

Create Dealer Account

Enrollment Step Three - Account Dashboard

After the dealer account has been created, the dealer dashboard can be accessed. This is where the primary contact will input the dealership’s banking details for ACH electronic payments. ACH information must be provided before the dealership can begin submitting applications.

Once ACH information is provided, the primary contact will have access to all of the features on the dashboard, including the ability to manage which employees can access the dealership’s program account and an overview of all applications that have been submitted by the dealership.

Employee dashboards do not have the same functionality as the primary contact. These dashboards are focused on submitting rebate applications on behalf of customers and assessing where each application is in the approval process.

Required Documentation to Submit Applications

  •   Applicant Terms & Conditions
  •   Rebate Transfer Acknowledgement Form
  •   Proof of Massachusetts residency via a current Massachusetts driver’s license. For other forms of accepted documentation, please see the MOR-EV Guideline
  •   A copy of the purchase or lease agreement that clearly indicates that the applicable MOR-EV rebate(s) was applied at the time of purchase or lease.
  •   Proof of temporary or permanent Massachusetts vehicle registration
  •  A signed copy of the Used Vehicle Attestation (MOR-EV Used Rebate only)

Dealership Reimbursement for Rebate Applications

As mentioned in the section above, participating dealerships must provide their ACH electronic payment information before any applications can be started. All dealerships will be paid via ACH to expedite the reimbursement process. Once an application is approved, payment is sent to the dealership within one month. Unexpected processing delays may occur.

Depending on the volume of applications submitted by the dealership, the reimbursement could include multiple applications in a single payment. The primary contact will receive an email when payments are sent that outlines which application(s) are included in a respective payment.