Bay Area air district will pay you up to $9,500 to swap your old car for an electric one. Here’s how.

An electric vehicle charges at the BART station in Richmond, Calif., on Aug. 5, 2020. (City of Richmond)

Tired of that old clunker? Ready to junk it for a sleek new hybrid or electric car? Or even an electric bike?

Bay Area air officials on Wednesday announced a new round of funding for a program that pays residents up to $9,500 to trade in older vehicles and replace them with newer, cleaner-burning ones.

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has $8.3 million in new state funding to extend its “Clean Cars For All” program. The idea is to make it easier for

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