Basically, the driving tax with charge motorists seven cents a mile. The plan would use GPS systems installed in each car to keep track of mileage and automatically bill the drivers. It still needs approval from parliament. This tax would replace existing road taxes and duties on new car purchases. Its purpose is to cut down transport emissions by 10%.
The recently approved distance tax in Holland will replace current road taxes and vehicle sales tax with a plan that will charge drivers approximately 7.5 U.S. cents per mile driven (3 Euro cents per kilometer). The plan aims to reduce traffic and CO2 emissions and would use GPS systems installed in each car to automatically charge drivers. There would also be higher charges for driving during rush hour or on busy roads and for driving vehicles with higher emission rates.
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