Mar 252011
 March 25, 2011  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance

Pete Kasperowicz reports:

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) this week released a report that said taxing people based on how many miles they drive is a possible option for raising new revenues and that these taxes could be used to offset the costs of highway maintenance at a time when federal funds are short.

The report discussed the proposal in great detail, including the development of technology that would allow total vehicle miles traveled (VMT) to be tracked, reported and taxed, as well as the pros and cons of mandating the installation of this technology in all vehicles.

Read more on The Hill.


Thanks to the reader who sent in this link and who shares my distaste for trying to expand the use of electronic data recorders in cars.

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