With car2go planning to expand to Honolulu, the Hawaii Legislature is considering how much it should tax car2go’s car-sharing service, according to a report by Pacific Business News.
car2go revealed plans to bring a fleet up to 200 vehicles to Honolulu in written testimony to the legislature for Senate Bill 2731, which would place a surcharge tax on the vehicles, says Pacific Business News.
Michael Mikos, car2go’s director of strategic development, suggests the legislature sets the tax surcharge at an annual fee of $30 per car or $2.50 per month, according to Pacific Business News.
Already located in 13 U.S. cities, car2go members can rent a car for 41 cents per minute, $14.99 per hour and $84.99 per day.
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