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As governments across the globe push for the proliferation of electric vehicles, they’re creating a new problem for themselves.

While EVs may be helpful in mitigating pollution in and around city centers, they’re not going to be nearly as friendly on the infrastructure.

A report from the International Energy Agency suggests the ramp-up of battery powered automobiles could result in a $92 billion tax shortfall by 2030, assuming everything goes according to plan. But even if global governments only manage to get halfway to their intended electrification goals, they’re still missing out on an estimated $47 billion in fuel duties.


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Ooops! Government's EV Push Will Cost Them $92 Billion In Road Taxes

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