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Posted: 5/7/2002 2:01:47 PM EDT
[url]http://www.wedrive.org/[/url] "...If AB 1058 becomes law, California motorists could face billions of dollars in new costs for greenhouse gas regulations, even though such regulations would provide no net benefit to California. A recent (March 2002) joint report by CARB and the California Energy Commission offers some insights into several strategies to reduce gasoline consumption, and thereby reducing carbon dioxide: [red]• Another 50-cent-per-gallon increase in gasoline taxes. • A two-cent tax on every mile driven for all passenger vehicles. • Extra fees of $3,500 on minivans, light duty trucks, sport utility vehicles, and others to discourage consumers from buying them. • Reduction of the speed limit to 55 miles per hour. • Recommending new designs for vehicles and engines. [/red] [whacko]
Link Posted: 5/7/2002 2:06:28 PM EDT
I know a better way to save gas. Shoot all those mofos that still live there in the head and repopulate the place with normal human beings.
Link Posted: 5/7/2002 2:08:45 PM EDT
Does that include this mofo??????????????
Link Posted: 5/7/2002 2:14:48 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/7/2002 2:15:57 PM EDT by sgtar15]
Originally Posted By jsinz: I know a better way to save gas. Shoot all those mofos that still live there in the head and repopulate the place with normal human beings.
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Just so you know, there really are only 2 liberal areas in California, LA and SF. If you split the state in two the Norther California would probably become the most conservative state in the whole USA!! Man I hate people who lump us all together.[flame] Sgtar15
Link Posted: 5/7/2002 2:19:33 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/7/2002 3:05:10 PM EDT
ummm..there's seven of us.
Link Posted: 5/7/2002 3:12:20 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Sundrop: [url]http://www.wedrive.org/[/url] "...If AB 1058 becomes law, California motorists could face billions of dollars in new costs for greenhouse gas regulations, even though such regulations would provide no net benefit to California. A recent (March 2002) joint report by CARB and the California Energy Commission offers some insights into several strategies to reduce gasoline consumption, and thereby reducing carbon dioxide: [red]• Another 50-cent-per-gallon increase in gasoline taxes. • A two-cent tax on every mile driven for all passenger vehicles. • Extra fees of $3,500 on minivans, light duty trucks, sport utility vehicles, and others to discourage consumers from buying them. • Reduction of the speed limit to 55 miles per hour. • Recommending new designs for vehicles and engines. [/red] [whacko]
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Isn't this lovely. Gas is going up sometime next year anyways (Davis postponed it) because their doing something different to the gas. So gas will most likely go up a dollar... They want to discourage people from buying vehicles, what if people need those vehicles? In many cases they're too costly as it is... And although I don't have proof right now I've heard from a few places that buy when the speed limit was increased to 65 (possibly higher in some places) accidents actually went down...
Link Posted: 5/7/2002 3:17:01 PM EDT
Originally Posted By sgtar15:
Originally Posted By jsinz: I know a better way to save gas. Shoot all those mofos that still live there in the head and repopulate the place with normal human beings.
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Just so you know, there really are only 2 liberal areas in California, LA and SF. If you split the state in two the Norther California would probably become the most conservative state in the whole USA!! Man I hate people who lump us all together.[flame] Sgtar15
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Youre spared![:D]
Link Posted: 5/7/2002 3:18:11 PM EDT
Originally Posted By DamageInc: Does that include this mofo??????????????
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Depends.[devil]
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