The California legislature is currently considering a bill that would explore a mileage based tax, known as a vehicle miles traveled (VMT) tax.
The coastal state, which already has one of the highest gasoline taxes in the nation, is attempting to find ways to supplement revenue for infrastructure projects without hiking fees at the pump.
VMT taxes are promoted as a hedge against the increasing fuel efficiency of vehicles. Backers also view the approach as a way to fairly tax drivers based on their relative usage of public roads. to read more: leftlanenews.com
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