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Look at this: in Texas, one of the states mentioned in the article) The idea that the gov't would use GPS to track your driving habits is downright frightening to me. Smacks of Big Brotherism and is repugnant. Also, think about agricultural producers. Those in rural areas have to drive LONG distances to ship their products. And what about 18-wheelers? That just raises the cost of baseline products even MORE! Everyone on earth should oppose this mileage tax.
This is how 18 wheelers pay their highway use taxes already. If a truck doesn't take on enough fuel to cover the miles driven in a given state, a check a check is sent to the undercovered state to pay for the highway use. If the fuel purchased covers more than the miles driven, most states just credit the truck's account for the next period. I can drive my truck from Michigan to Connecticut without fueling along the way. Without the mileage tax, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York would be paying for their own roads (and crying about the "damage done by big truicks").
Seeing as most states already charge a tax at the pump per gallon this seems like double taxation to me. Also, there would be less incentive to drive more fuel efficient vehicles as a mile is a mile no matter what you are driving..
'nancy' - The states in general are just as broke as the feds. They HAVE to find ways to raise money outside of a rigid tax code. Click on my avatar and look at the latest question I asked and see what I'm getting at only on a much large scale for the entire USA and then get back to me, new-jersey ??
I don't see any advantage over gas taxes, which are much simpler, and reward people who use more efficient vehicles. Presumably commercial vehicles would be treated differently, but that in itself would lead to all kinds of getting around the tax by making one's pleasure driving look like commercial business. I am with you; it looks like a bad idea.
In addition to it being unconscionably intrusive, a tax on miles instead of a tax on gas also does less to encourage people to drive efficient cars
I remember as a kid watching, "Little House on the Prairie." Michael Landon's character was angry with a new tax imposed on the town. Sarcastically his character said that someday even our income would be taxed. Heh....
Wow and that is some tax! I thought maybe a few pennies, but 1.85 a mile by 2018! That is insane! This what this would mean if you owned a trucking company or a taxi cab...The last I had heard of this, the 0bama admin was floating the idea on the federal level... Paul 2012!
Yes and it would kill folks like me who drive 70 miles one way to work
It is a terrible idea. It demonstrates how warped the thinking is among the Statists -- the Statists want you and I to server THEM.
Yes. It is a regressive tax. Nobody with a brain in their skull would support it.