So, now they are discussing a tax on miles driven. They don't know if to keep the gas tax, an assessment tax, or what. Right now we pay taxes to buy our car, put gas in our car, and property tax on our car. Now, we will pay a tax to drive our car (which mirrors the gas tax). If the politicians had left the segregated funds alone, the transportation fund would have money in it. Do you think they have the cajones to do this?
Answer by jewjewbee at 11:03 AM on Mar. 26, 2011
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Answer by meriana at 11:00 AM on Mar. 26, 2011
Even if you don't have a car or drive a car, this will effect every citizen that purchases goods or uses services that requires transport of goods by vehicle. Just add this to the inflation that is happening already. Anyone that thinks this won't effect them in some way can't see past the end of their nose.
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