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Tax on electric vehicles in South Australia and Victoria would slam brakes on sales – The Guardian

New road user charges sends a very strange signal and will set back efforts to reduce emissions from the transport sector



Sydney Online News

The proposed tax on electric vehicles by South Australia and Victoria, and under consideration by other governments of similar proposals, would slam the brakes on their goal of encouraging more drivers to use low-emission vehicles. The proposals are counterintuitive and premature.
Our system of taxes and charges is designed to serve a range of purposes. In this case there are contradictory objectives. On the one-hand, road charges and fuel excises exist in part as a pseudo user-pays levy for the…

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