I pulled into a Wa-Wa service station in southern Virginia and saw that the price of gas per gallon was $2.299.
Funny thing. Virginia’s gas tax is 19.88¢ per gallon, about 34th highest in the nation. Yet, Virginia’s roads seem to be better by far than Illinois’. And they’ll probably still be better than Illinois’ after the state’s gas tax was doubled from 19 cents per gallon to 34 Cents. Could the explanation be better governance, management and less corruption?
Cherry picked photos, of course. But….