Here in the State of Ohio, the state legislature has passed a mandatory tax increase to pay for infrastructure repairs and improvements. This tax began Jul 1, 2019; The tax on gasoline is 10 cents per gallon, added at the pump. But for PEVs and EVs, the tax goes to $100/yr for PEVs and $200/yr for EVs, like my Tesla Model 3 AWD, It is collected when you renew your registration every year. On the surface, it sounds reasonable because gasoline taxes are used for infrastructwe owners did not pay road use taxes at the gas pump.befoure, and P/EVs don't use as much or no gasoline at all. As a user of the infrastructure, I don't mind paying my fair share for its maintenance. But when you do a simple back-of-the-envelope calculation, it becomes obvious that the Great State of Ohio is engaging in unfair taxation. Assuming a traditionally powered car, getting 28/mpg, used 15,000 miles/yr, It comes out to about $50-$60/yr in extra taxes. We EV owners are coughing up S200/yr to the state. To me, at least, Having to pay 4 times more tax than a traditionally powered vehicle is discriminatory, The average EV impacts the infrastructure the same as any other car on the road, in terms of wear and tear. It can certainly be interpreted that this $200 EV tax was not determined through any rigorous study, but rahter pulled out of thin air by politicians who understand nothing about EV's (or simple math), Or pherhaps its just another way for governments to pull in more revenue. I suspect its both, and as an EV owner, I am not amused. Is anyone else encountering this?