> On October 14, 2016 at 9:12 AM Karl Wittnebel via Mercedes
> <mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:
> I think the article is not far from the mark, esp if prices come down. For
> city dwellers they make a lot of sense. They run much cheaper. But I expect
> them to be taxed more in the future, by either wheel taxes or mileage
> taxes, so that will offset the current operating expense difference.

The west coast solution seems to be a road tax on miles driven. Problem is some
people like me don't want their car usage tracked by government. 

The Michigan approach is to add $100 to the annual plate fee for EVs because
they don't have gas taxes, and $30 to hybrids because they're presumed to pay
less gas tax.


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