So what trucks, exactly, would be tolled
In terms of tolls, what is a truck?
Throughout the discussion of tolling trucks, the exact definition of the truck to be tolled has not been provided. Clearly the 18-wheeler is a truck, but what about a pickup truck, whether used for business or just for family transportation? Then there is the minivan. Some are used for business and some for family transportation. Or a four-sided work truck used by a plumber? A great deal of clarity could be added to the understanding of the citizens if the truck to be tolled is defined. I am hoping The Day can provide that clarity.
David M. Goebel
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