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I wish I had the money to buy one of those, it would save me a ton of money and also the time of taking my bike out of its garage and giving it a good wash. If it was cheap, then I think that I would get one. It would be nice to have a car that could accommodate my bike. I hope that more people start using these things, it would cut down on our dependence on fossil fuels and it would help us save money.
My Honda Fit hatchback which I drive all the time is a lot more convenient for transporting a bike than a van, however, it does not have as much storage space, or car seats for a child or dog. My other option for transporting a bike would be a minivan, but it is just too big for me. So, at the moment, I am stuck with my regular, smaller car.
I’d say it’s a no-brainer for the average person. It’s easier, cheaper, healthier, and better for the environment. Hell, I like driving my truck too, and I’d be harder to arrest for it.
Shouldn’t the gas tax go up as cars get more efficient, not as the average bike gets cheaper? Wouldn’t a bike have a lower tax rate than a truck? I’m just curious what the thinking was here.
The tax should not be tied to gas prices, otherwise we’d be paying $2 per gallon for gas to offset the cost of building the roads. The tax should be based on pollution, which should be tied to a standard when you measure your emissions. I don’t think it is fair to tax a person for using a car that pollutes less than a car that pollutes twice as much.
I think the idea behind the bikes tax is for commuters to use them for their everyday commute and not use them for weekend fun rides, at which point their price would be much lower. 0b46394aab