Poor drivers being forced off the road by road tax
Drivers are getting a raw deal as it is, with planned toll roads run by retail giants, super expensive petrol and now, plans for a two-tiered road tax that could see poorer drivers being forced off the road entirely.
This new system will see all motorists paying a basic charge to use local roads, but those wanting to use a motorway and major A-roads will have to pay a top-charge. If you try and use major roads without paying extra, you'll have your name called in via automatic number-plate recognition cameras and you'll invariably get points or a fine.
Of course, this means that there will be huge problems with congestion on small roads as people try to avoid motorways and, with smaller roads not nearly as well looked after as motorways, Britain's suspension will be shot in no time.
Paul Watters, an AA spokesman, said: "We do not want a first and second-class system on the roads."
British drivers must think that everything is far beyond parody at the moment and these plans could be disastrous for small businesses who need to travel the length and breadth of Britain for work.
Start throwing yourselves into the road now.