Sheesh... you got to be kidding.. on top of the taxes we're already paying.... Just what we need, the federal and probably the state and local government monitoring our driving habits... invasion of privacy, I think so.. ....................... TAMPA - In a recent report, the Congressional Budget Office in Washington, D.C. took a look at taxing drivers on their mileage as a way to raise money for federal highway funding. Most federal money spent on the highways comes from your fuel taxes, but according to the Congressional Budget Office, those taxes and others paid by drivers aren't enough to pay for current or future highway spending. That's due in part to today's more fuel efficient vehicles. A Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Tax would be a sort-of user fee. Those traveling more on the roads, presumably causing a greater impact, would pay more. Taxes based on your odometer? Who makes more money on gasoline, the government or the oil companies?