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MARK SHIELDS
1 month ago

re:As electric vehicles become increasingly common on roadways, state officials are worrying:State of Ohio, HYBRID AND PLUG-IN ELECTRICPursuant to Ohio Revised Code 4503.10(C)(3) and (4), registration applications received after January 1, 2020, for a Hybrid or Electric vehicle will be assessed an additional $100 or $200 fee respectively per registration year. The fee is charged when a qualifying vehicle is registered for the first time, and for all subsequent registration renewals. Vehicles being renewed for multiple years will be charged the fee for each year of the registration period.

Mo Botts
1 month ago

Regarding the new RV park in Southern Cali, especially in light of higher fuel prices in the state, a better name would be “Costa Plenty”!

William Wooden (Woody)
1 month ago

With this current situation with the Cor**-Virus, lack of employment, yet the oil companies are getting greedy with their oil prices. Oil prices are going sky high, WHY?

Gary
1 month ago

Executive Order.

Tom
1 month ago
Reply to  Gary

👎

Dale
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

Seems our government doesn’t want energy independence. So we are once again buying it from foreigners.

Dennis
1 month ago
Reply to  Dale

Apparently you have no idea how oil and gas prices work. Here in Texas they shut down and laid off a lot of workers and a very large portion of our oil production cause they couldn’t make money at these prices.

Gene M
1 month ago
Reply to  Dennis

only partially correct. What you said PLUS we will now be relying on foreign oil that costs us more, travels down to the pump.

Bob M
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

Biden

Mojo
1 month ago
Reply to  Gary

Gary, you’re being kind. Should probably read ‘Executive Order(S).’

Gary
1 month ago
Reply to  Mojo

 👍 

Joe Testa
1 month ago
Reply to  Gary

You can thank Biden for the new raising prices.

Gene M
1 month ago
Reply to  Gary

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Duane Russell
1 month ago

Because OPEC has raised their prices, and other market forces. When the price of oil rises, so does the price of gasoline and diesel. As demand increases in the spring and summer, prices generally rise, also, as refineries change the blends of their gasoline. The oil companies are not getting greedy with pricing, as they have about the same profit from a gallon of gasoline regardless of the price of the fuel. Their costs increase as the price of oil increases.

Grant Graves
1 month ago

The new Costa Vista RV Resort in Chula Vista, CA is actually not an added park. It is replacing the existing Chula Vista RV Resort. Moving about a mile away from it’s current location and lots of the sites are set up for park models.

Bob
1 month ago

I’m not surprised that masks are showing up in the oceans and other waterways. Just look at the parking lots of the big box stores and along roadsides. Masks are everywhere. I guess it’s easier to throw them on the ground than to put them in your pocket or a trash can.
Some people are disgusting.

Bill
1 month ago
Reply to  Bob

If this virus was so deadly why didn’t we have Has mat containers for them in the beginning?

Jim
1 month ago
Reply to  Bill

EXACTLY!!!

Tom
1 month ago
Reply to  Jim

As scientists discovered more information about it masks became a requirement. But you just keep believing what you want and hope you don’t learn the hard way.

Gary
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

 👎  😂 

Joe Gingerich
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

Tom, you care to give us an answer to Bill’s question?

WEB
1 month ago
Reply to  Joe Gingerich

Joe, you care to give us an answer to why you asked that question of Tom?

Steve flippo
1 month ago

Really? Our taxes paid some cdc employees to establish a zombie preparedness website? No wonder the cdc couldnt get out of its own way in responding to covid.

Gray
1 month ago

It never freezes hard in Texas, stock market investments always gain, and an RV of any size will always find a campground for the night. Twenty-year RV purchase plans allow painless entry into the fabled world of travel and adventure and when the 50-state journey ends, the RV will hold great resale value.

Recall that the miracle of antibiotics was so amazing it was massively over-prescribed and farmers dosed their feed with it to fatten their stock. And germs grew resistant. The stock market bubble and the housing collapse taught the fallacy of nothing-down, zero-credit-rating home financing and no-risk bundled mortgage investments. A future down-turn in the economy may cause a tsunami of underwater RV contracts and defaults.

Which is more likely? Year after year of soaring RV sales growth, or a plunge back to reality with the collapse of an over-sold RV market? Let human nature and history be the guide.

Peter315 Donahue
1 month ago
Reply to  Gray

I agree !!!!!

George
1 month ago
Reply to  Gray

Yes, I think there will be a reversion to the mean, or even worse as fuel prices and all taxes climb due to installed administration policy, and big, fuel guzzling freedom machines are increasingly and publicly labeled as environment killers and global warmers. Talk about gloom and doom! Then again, I have maybe 10 more “good” years if I am lucky……new RV or not?