Well. the good state of Arkansas came to the conclusion that a pure EV doesn't pay fuel taxes used for road repairs. They apparently threw a dart at a board and came up with $200 fee above and beyond the normal ICE charges. For me this works out to me paying the equivalent of $1 per gallon gas tax, while ICE owners pay $0.265 cents per gallon. PHEV & Hybrids get a $100 fee. I've heard everything from "That's what you would be paying if your were driving a gas vehicle.". Might be true if a drove a 9 mpg pickup, but I used to drive a 2009 smart fortwo and got 40 mpg. to "Well if you can afford a tesla, $200 extra every year shouldn't bother you", I can't and it would. I bought a $7,500 used car and those $200 per year will add up. I don't mind paying my fair share in road taxes, but 400% more is approaching on punitive. Curious what others are paying and where are they. Also if anyone has any thoughts on suggestions to make this a little more fair, feel free to chime in. Our if you think I am out of bounds and shouldn't be complaining, feel free to say so.