This government has long argued that because of the increased volume of traffic on our roads it is justified in introducing policies which many motorists consider are intrusive and totally unacceptable, and just another excuse to squeeze more money out of the beleaguered and overburdened taxpayer. It is the responsibility of any government to establish the real reasons for the increase in vehicles on our roads and come up with a workable solution. Making motoring more expensive is not the answer to the problem and will only make motoring unaffordable for people on low income. We all have a right to choose our own mode of transport, and it is imperative that any government action should not discriminate, benefiting the well-off and penalising the less well-off. Some people in society who depend on their vehicles will also be forced off the roads because they cannot afford the ever increasing costs.
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