The Minnesota Department of Transportation announced April 18 that it would test technology that would allow the state to levy a tax on mileage driven in place of the state’s current motor fuels tax. The state’s motor fuels tax is 27.5 cents per gallon of gasoline, generating about $850 million per year in revenues, all dedicated to road maintenance and improvement.
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Mileage tax technology to be tested
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