I like it but, I could see this getting very messy when you have a blowout due to the already abysmal conditions existing on the roadways. Do I have to pay another round of taxes on the replacement tire even though it didn't make it to EOL? Is the State partly responsible because I paid tax on the tires with the expectation that they would spend the money on improving the roadways?
If no, do I have to get a signed affidavit from my tire place that this is a certified blowout replacement? How long until unscrupulous tire shops start helping customers evade the taxes then? How much is enforcement going to cost at that point?
If the avoidance and enforcement end up costing more than the road maintenance then you end up back in the same situation again