The writer’s 7-year-old installs a plug-in device to track the family car’s miles and location as part of a state pilot project to test pay-per-mile taxes. (Melissa Slager / The Herald)

The writer’s 7-year-old installs a plug-in device to track the family car’s miles and location as part of a state pilot project to test pay-per-mile taxes. (Melissa Slager / The Herald)

State residents take a ‘road usage charge’ for a test drive

Pay-per-mile taxes are being pitched as an eventual replacement for the gas tax.

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