Thirty-four years before George Harrison ultimately popularized the term “taxman” in the hit of the same name with The Beatles, who would have known that the Revenue Act would start an endless cycle of taxation on tires.  The first Federal Excise Tax (FET) in 1932 was based on the physical weight of the tire, and it applied to all tires and inner tubes.  In 1956, the Federal-Aid Highway Act added taxes for off-highway tires and tread rubber to establish the Highway ...

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