Originally Posted by sniper1rfa
You still benefit from roads you've never driven on, primarily through shipping but also possibly through business encouragement, tourist dollars, not having to live with your inlaws, or other transportation-related stuff. Now, admittedly, it doesn't make sense for you to pay for aging on somebody else's neighborhood roads, but we can't really make our tax structure quite so fine-grained.
You are making a big mistake though when you try to make this claim. How much do we spend on security for our oil supply (hint it is really a lot)? We would not have to do that if people did not drive as much. So the person that drivers far less is already paying huge amounts for that shipping and other transportation related stuff.