Re: Cash for clunkers MK II
If you don't use something, you don't have to pay their taxes and thats not a subsidy.
So what you're saying is that electric vehicles don't use the roads, and shouldn't have to pay for the road construction, maintenance, operation, road policing, road rescue and ambulance services, for the pollution from electricity generation, for vehicle administration and revenue recovery, and indeed for the singificant sums of excess money that government recover from motorists, but don't spend on roads.....
..or are you just a complete fool? My money's on the latter.