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Ryan D, I attempted to figure out the tax taking into account both inflation and improved mileage here. But finding actual fleet mileage by year is time intensive.

Jacob M, I've seen an opposite effect when driving into Louisiana.

Charlie, I don't know if out economy would fall apart, but freight would continue to move to rail, barge and boat as has been happening for the last couple of decades.

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