I guess I could beat it with the TBM @ about $1,200, but as it's not a car (even though it is an airshow 'station wagon'), it obviously doesn't qualify. However, the high fuel prices via taxation in GB
that you folks mention leads me to ask the question, WHAT is GB
doing with all those taxes? The last time I visited, the roads were still narrow AND
you guys were still driving on the wrong side of the street
Seriously, where do all the taxes go? Do they go for the public roads and/or mass transportation? Or, are they simply in effect as another government scam to keep people from affording free choice at the politician's rail of "conservation" and most of that tax money is pissed away?
I'm sure that a lot of people in GB
would not only like to drive a larger vehicle, but could actually USE a larger vehicle to facilitate their needs. In my opinion, there are too many variables to justify the common argument that fuel should be taxed even higher to 'insure conservation' and/or 'teach the populace responsibility'. Regards...Jack