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Old 01-04-2013, 02:29 PM   #1
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And the news is:......

....additional taxes for fuel efficient vehicles.

Heard today that several states, Oregon being the first, are implementing or considering implementing a charge (tax) on vehicles that get 55 mpg or more because they are losing revenue from gas tax. it is not understood at this time if it will be a flat tax, or a tax on each mile driven.

That just plain sucks, and I don't have a car like that. Maybe they should consider giving us RV'ers with 9 MPG or less a rebate. Guess they never thought of that.

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But those vehicles weigh less and cause very little wear compared to a large sedan, so it would seem no extra tax...what about based on pounds on the road...
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Well, I thought the point of having a car like that was to economize & be environmentally friendly. Sheesh...can they make up their minds?
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ggggggggggggggggrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

the gooberment of unintended consequences....
my first paycheck this year went DOWN a substantial amount.....
Thanks !!!

like the woman in the NE was told she would be better off taking a $29k /yr job instead of the $69k/year and taking gooberment handouts !!!!


on edit - what am I saying? they INTENDED to grow and tax !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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