Lol. The writer is surprised by his $2 toll bill because he only used the toll road a short distance? Lmao. Do you also find yourself surprised to receive a bill at a nice restaurant because you only ordered coffee? Lol. This is not rocket surgery, folks. Tolls roads might be the simplest concept out there. I feel like this should definitely be a question on the driving test. If you can't figure out how a toll road works, you have no business being behind tte wheel on any road.
*sigh* Colorado drivers.
The benefit of tolls roads, besides them being less popular with those who can't grasp the concept of "Pay per use, even short use", is that they are better maintained with out costing tax dollars.
The writer is surprised he got his $2 bill for the toll road because he only drove on it a short way? Lmao. Do you go to a restaurant and find yourself shocked to get a bill when you only ordered coffee, as well? *sigh* Colorado drivers.
The benefit of toll roads, beyond them being less popular with those who can't grasp the "pay per use, even short use" concept is that they are far better maintained than public roads. They can afford to keep them well plowed and closer to pothole free with out raising taxes or dipping into city funds.
These things are not hard to run. I've used self checkout for nearly 10 years now with zero serious issues doing so.. I think it is funny the idiots who blame the machine when it is basically the same get up the checkers use, and u don't see them have these issues over and over. Lol.
I also feel like this article is around 8 years late. Why don't we write a "how to figure out google" article, too?
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