Pay-to-drive tax may be far down the road

Zhou, Edith
February 2013
Grand Rapids Business Journal;2/19/2013, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p7
The article focuses on the fact that the pay-to-drive tax, Vehicle Miles Travelled (VMT) in the state of Michigan, USA, is a faraway dream yet. The cost of installing global positioning systems (GPS) in all vehicles is daunting, added to which the GPS would compromise the privacy of drivers.


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