posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 01:21 AM
Also the difference is about the MPG a vehicle gets. My car gets about 350 mile out of 10 gallons of fuel. My neighbors H3 might only get 100 miles
per 10 gallons. As more and more people are going hybrid and getting better fuel consumption, the amount of fuel used will go down. That equals less
taxes collected. I see where the greed comes in but tracking everyone down to the mile to tax them is obviously wrong. Not to mention the privacy
issues. Lets also look at the black market that would develop with people hacking the GPS or disabling them. Do you go to jail on tax fraud if
your GPS tracking device fails and you keep driving?
This is just a bad idea any way you look at it.
OP thanks for posting this. S&F for you.