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New Govt is planning to double the toll tax on motorways

Double the toll tax on motorways

Due to the recent increase in gasoline prices, travel costs have increased dramatically. Unfortunately, the federal government intends to increase the cost of long-distance travel by increasing the toll tax on motorways.

According to reports in the media, the government is considering raising the rate just for single-occupant cars in order to save energy and reduce fuel waste. It’s also exploring a new provision that would allow cars to drive on alternate days depending on odd and even license plates.

Sunday’s vehicle-free in major

The proposed strategy calls for provincial governments to make thorough biannual car maintenance a requirement for all drivers. Another plan proposes making Sunday’s vehicle-free in major cities and decreasing the speed restriction on highways and highways.

New Govt is planning to double the toll tax on motorways

Concerns about fuel

Miftah Ismail, the Federal Finance Minister, has issued a public warning about an expected increase in petrol prices.

In an interview with a prominent talk program, Ismail stated that the government has no alternative but to raise fuel prices due to an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). He predicted that the economic downturn would be over in three months. Regardless, due to imminent price spikes and government crisis mitigation measures, commuting is becoming increasingly tough for all. Regardless, due to imminent price spikes and government crisis mitigation measures, commuting is becoming increasingly tough for all.

“Sasta fuel sasta diesel”

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif recently launched the “sasta fuel sasta diesel” initiative to help underprivileged groups. People with monthly household incomes of less than Rs. 40,000 are eligible for the program.

Regardless, due to imminent price spikes and government crisis mitigation measures, commuting is becoming increasingly tough for all.

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