“Big Oil Reinvents Engines to Survive” (Business & Finance, July 16) mentions that some utilities are pushing regulators for approval to charge all electricity customers for the cost of installing car-charging stations, instead of just station users themselves. An even bigger electric-car subsidy goes unmentioned. When are electric-car drivers going to be asked or forced to help pay for the cost of the roads they drive on? Funds from state gas taxes are static or declining, giving us more and more potholes. Why do electric cars get a pass?



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