This undated photo released by the Oregon Department of Transportation shows a display device on the dashboard that indicates how many and what kind of miles a driver has driven. Proponents of a California transportation funding approach excluded mileage-tracking systems from its suggested revenue sources.
This undated photo released by the Oregon Department of Transportation shows a display device on the dashboard that indicates how many and what kind of miles a driver has driven. Proponents of a California transportation funding approach excluded mileage-tracking systems from its suggested revenue sources. AP
This undated photo released by the Oregon Department of Transportation shows a display device on the dashboard that indicates how many and what kind of miles a driver has driven. Proponents of a California transportation funding approach excluded mileage-tracking systems from its suggested revenue sources. AP
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No mileage tracking in California road tax plan

August 10, 2015 01:44 PM

UPDATED August 11, 2015 08:04 AM

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