Yeah, it's crap. I wouldn't care about the tax on fuel, if it went to roads, but the state of roads in my area is kindly described as "challenging to navigate".
At the end of the day, Fuel prices are getting stupid and clearly over the next decade or so will continue, so I'm swapping to LPG.
In 5 years time when everyone is driving hybrids, LPG's and Diesel's, I will still be running around on 98, and we will see who is smart then.
i always LOL at the guys out in the country who complain about their roads.
you cant have the country lifestyle with all the city perks, if you want good roads move to... oh wait...
move to germany
ever since the day he was born, fluffy knew that he was not like all the other 454's. "GO AWAY and play in your silverado C3500" they would all say to him, laughing and snickering as he slowly loped away in his truck with his lowly 530NM of torque. but one day, one day, Fluffy knew he would grow up to power a 66 impala, and would be the talk of all the other 454's.
it took them 7 goes to fix a pothole in my street.
each time they put it down it rained and washed it out the next day.
i pretty much live out in the country and i can say i much prefer driving on roads with nobody on them, or everyone actually doing 100 in a 100 zone.
there is no way i would want it any different.
a Fuel Tax wont stop me from driving.
but hopefully it will it will get some morons off the roads if they cannot afford it.
and i can bet my last dollar it wont fix up the roads anyway.
how about we make the pedals out of sticky rubber and the shoes with steel spikes. at least my shins would like thatOriginally Posted by ari666
Last edited by MikeCuzzy; 16-03-2012 at 03:15 PM.
Don't know what that link was intended to show, but if it came out of Julia Gillards mouth you know its a bunch of lies, and all its really intended to do is cover up the Huge hole in the budget she created by having no financial clue whatsoever.