We don’t need to track everyone by the meter squared and by the second to be able to bill them. “Tracking” can take place on device, or in a massive database. We can do better than choosing a surveillance state—and reduce the potential objections.
@alcinnz @jim apologies if I missed that, the site was a bit hard to get all the way through with the amount of interstitial promoted content. But anyway this feels like a false proposition dreamt up by the fossil fuel companies, doesn't it? EVs have been targeted for special taxation in many US states
@Tanuki @alcinnz Road pricing of some sort seems a reasonable idea, long term, I would say. It's hard to tax the energy fairly, as it's just electricity; and it's hard to front load all the costs onto a vehicle purchase.
Apols for Express' unlimited advertising experience, must admit I am using brave a lot of these kinds of sites.
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