I recently came to the conclusion that I needed to part with one of my Dodges. The City and the State decided to reach into my wallet and take an additional $40 per vehicle, per year, plus take an additional dime a gallon for fuel tax. The reason for this was to fix the roads. There is over $2 billion in the state treasury and they weren't turning any of it loose, so I felt that I had to do something. The cost of insuring my 20 year old Dodge Ram and my 13 year old minivan individually was the same for each vehicle, so I put my Caravan up for sale. It sold on Thursday and left here. The 1997 Ram needed new brake lines so I took it to a local repair shop, where they replaced all the brake hoses and put all new brake lines in as well. They used the new line that has copper in it to prevent rusting. I am very pleased at the work that was done at a very reasonable price, and even more pleased to be driving my Dodge Ram and putting money in my pocket by eliminating one vehicle and keeping the higher taxes and fees away from the State of Indiana. The new cost of plates for each vehicle went up by 100% in taxes and fees.