Lawmakers in Oregon are testing the idea of tracking drivers’ mileage and taxing them based on miles driven, rather than taxing fuel purchases at the pump. It’s a pilot program in which drivers can volunteer to participate.
In the I don’t think that word means what you think it means department, a driver of an electric car calls the idea “discriminatory,” because it “targets hybrid and electric vehicles.”
In another aspect to the story, the devices that will be used to track participants’ mileage will not necessarily have the ability to track the vehicles’ location.
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