A Greens member of the Victorian Parliament has slammed the State Government's move to impose a tax on electric vehicles from July next year, claiming it signalled "a dangerous step towards a privatised road user charge scheme in Victoria".
A survey of 22,000 motorists in Victoria, carried out in late 2019, has found that more of them prefer hybrid power for their next car, rather than a petrol engine, while the preference for all-electric vehicles is also growing.
The number of motorists in Victoria who want to own a fully self-driving car has fallen compared to last year, the toll road operator EastLink says, following its second annual survey of drivers in the state.
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