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Charlie, [Deleted for violating the comment policy.] $100 basically puts hybrid vehicles in the same weight class as hummers (10mpg). Hummers cause 96 times more damage to the road than most hybrids.

So please explain to me why hybrids should be taxed more.

And yes, I repeat FCs question, why is this a win for NOVA. We are now being double taxed with an almost guarantee we will never see the standard funds from the regular 3.5% gas tax. If anything rural regions win again, by now stealing even more money from us NOVA residents who actually need transportation projects and improvements and dont look at them as just jobs bills.

by Tysons Engineer on Feb 25, 2013 11:06 am • linkreport

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