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-- People local pastor's son -- convict car renters for keeping that 79 year old tradition alive.
A 5% car rental tax which was voter approved fifteen years ago and El Paso goes straight to fund the -- -- the -- -- had that car -- -- not been approved.
Kind of dealt -- -- we'd be in business at all.
The association -- much of the cash for expensive team payouts.
This year it's costing them four million dollars to get George detected USC took place -- -- sponsored pulled this New Year's Eve.
These kinds of -- taxes exist in over forty states.
In Las Vegas they went towards building a performing arts dinner and -- Dallas car -- taxes helped fund the American Airlines that are.
The other car accident a few weeks ago which put my car in the shop and being in this rental.
-- during the time that -- -- is going to be over 1000 dollars and fifty bucks and that is going to go straight to the stumble association.
That's some experts say that's not fair for consumer.
Ours but they don't reap the benefit of many of these events in fact many consumers can't afford to go to these events.
But when they rent cars.
They are being expected to pay these astronomical prices some travelers were in shock to hear of these excise taxes.
I think it's ridiculous -- something that's a commercial enterprise where you have corporate sponsorship.
-- -- you have people have to pay to attend the event.
Where I have to pay an extra 5% on my car rental and.
I'm not going to be here for it others who live here say they're not a bad thing if it's going to help keep the -- going and allow -- -- to grow it.
It's just kind of the norm and how progressive cities across this nation operate and I think that it's time for a passage to embrace what it takes to -- Really show our city out.
And -- -- voters were to ever choose otherwise this tax stays in the game will go line.
In El Paso Patrick Manning Fox News.