The road funding bill signed into law last week could raise your taxes, depending on where you live in Indiana.
Forty-two counties already charge a vehicle tax.
But the road funding deal gives them room to increase the tax, and for the first time, cities have the power to impose their own wheel tax.
Seventy-nine cities are large enough – from Indianapolis to Plymouth- to be eligible for the tax.
John Perlich, spokesman for Fort Wayne mayor Tom Henry, says it’s too soon to say whether Fort Wayne will pursue the taxing authority.