Auto execs pushed for higher fuel taxes (and with good reason) at Reutuers Auto Summit in Detroit. Mike Jackson (AutoNation), Tim Leuliette (Dura Automotive) and Jerry York are on record as suggesting that a steady increase in the fuel taxes would reduce U.S. fuel consumption and provide the stability needed by the industry to plan for the longer term.
I totally agree
[Source: Automotive News
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