Saturday, April 3, 2010

Taxing for miles driven letter

In this letter, the writer asks,
We now tax drivers at the pump according to how much fuel they purchase, so how could this information go any further to tailor the road-use taxation?

He continues,
A 20,000-mile-a-year driver pays twice as much as one driving 10,000 miles. Heavier vehicles, like trucks, get low mileage and pay more per mile. Their registrations cost more.

Is it the intent to pull information from the boxes and tax us according to our interstate, county highway and local roadway mileage?

I agree and ask why did the DMV waste our tax dollars on this product and study?

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