With the new Dutch driving tax, who pays for the equipment used to monitor how far a vehicle travels?



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    The Dutch driving tax will be enforced by a GPS system installed in each vehicle, charging an average of $.07 per mile.  It will be subsidized by the government and paid for by the tax paid by the drivers.  The Netherlands consumers will purchase their cars at a lower price to offset some of the costs.

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