California tests car tracking to replace declining gas tax revenue.

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In a bold move towards fiscal adaptation, California pioneers a controversial car tracking initiative to plug the budgetary holes left by waning gas tax revenues. As the state braces for an electric future, the debate over privacy versus necessity reaches a critical juncture.

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Key points:

  • California pilots “road charge” to replace declining gas tax revenue.
  • Program allows drivers options like GPS-free tracking for mileage.
  • Critics cite privacy concerns despite state reassurances on anonymity.
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