If it costs less, then of course, I think anyone would switch. The question is...will it cost less?
Any ideas that lower the cost of driving, yet keep or increase the income from drivers who use the roads most are constructive.
It makes sence to tax people based upon how much and how far they drive whereas the current system doesn't other than from the tax on petrol and diesel.
I don't like the idea of a sat nav system monitoring your every move (thats if it is sat nav), however, if made compulsory, perhaps it could incorporate a system by which stolen cars could be tracked too? But, I s'pose this could always be missused.
Though, I think it's more likely to simply monitor the distance that you travel and send the data back to a database isn't it?
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