3 thoughts on “High Gasoline Prices in Minnesota will Cause More Road Repairs!

  1. Higher gas prices -> less driving (at least a bit) -> less wear & tear on the roads -> good thing.


    It’s not unusual for the budget for road repair to be based on tax revenue from gas sales, and that tax is per gallon, not per dollar.


    Higher gas prices -> less gas sold -> less gas tax revenue -> lower budget for road repair -> bad thing.

    Or am I being Captain Obvious again?

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