06-27-2016, 05:04 AM
In this country we have an absolute right to travel which includes use of an automobile on the roads. I have won once to this fact, I have a freind in Little Rock Arkansas that the police who impounded his car over and over and parked it in the fence of the impound lot across the street from his house numerous times came to him and advised they where told not to arrest him or sieze his automobile because if they keep doing it NO ONE in Arkansas would have to get a license. This occurred intermediately after a friend of mine worked up a little notice concerning inspection stickers based on an Arkansas case Gordan vs Smith (1937) I don't have the cite handy where inspection stickers had been held unconstitutional. As a result of his notice inspection stickers where repealed immediately.
The jest of my diatribe is simple if you are on the road for hire your use of the roads requires license etc and you do not have the "right" to use the roads and can be taxed by the mile, hour, gallon, ton etc. It is a privilege to use the roads as a place of business. I use the roads as a place of business its part of my career.
To help you understand the simple concept consider that the roads are an easement. Someone somewhere has a right to that easement. Who is that someone ? the People have the right to the use of the easement.
Corporations do not have any rights as they are a creature of the government. Corporations could be taxed in this fashion. I can be taxed like this in my AKA company truck because I haul stuff down the road for others for pay. You should really take a close look at your states MV code and give close consideration to the definitions therein. Drive, use, motor vehicle, this State, transportation all have very specialized definitions and if you pay close attention to them it's easy to see that your right to travel exists.
I agree it would be nearly impossible for government to respect this right, how the f??? would a policeman know the difference to what you where doing with your "ride".