Perhaps and it wouldn't be totally unjustified. If you use it, you should help pay for it. Locally, there is a lot of heartburn with the Amish and their buggies. They use the roads for free and the horses hooves and iron wheels are not exactly asphalt friendly. The spineless state reps are afraid of them and won't introduce a bill to make them share the cost of maintaining the roads. I've heard that Lycoming County passed a bill requiring "diapers" on the horse's butt to keep poop off the roadways and pads on their hooves to reduce the damage to the asphalt and the Amish are suing the county for "discrimination".I know that many states have a gasoline tax to fund road construction, maintenance, etc. For electric vehicles they will probably add a annual personal vehicle tax to make up for the gas they are not using.