For the next nine months, about 5,000 volunteers will report their driving miles to the state of California – or have their mileage monitored – and will get monthly statements saying how much they would have been charged under a pay-by-mile system.
For the next nine months, about 5,000 volunteers will report their driving miles to the state of California – or have their mileage monitored – and will get monthly statements saying how much they would have been charged under a pay-by-mile system. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
For the next nine months, about 5,000 volunteers will report their driving miles to the state of California – or have their mileage monitored – and will get monthly statements saying how much they would have been charged under a pay-by-mile system. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

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