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Like across the Northern Route I hit a long string of $30 per night motels. Instead of a tent and cooking gear, you bring a decent sized laptop. mouse and battery backup. Sound perfect.
However, in Europe buying small amounts of gasoline is apparently not possible - or not allowed.This is not correct. Here in Denmark approx. 50% of all gas stations are unmanned and you pay 24h with your credit card. Recently I bought 2 liters that way without any probs. I guess it will be the same on manned gas stations. It will be the same in entire Scandinavia I guess. If it is a real problem, just go to a car driver fueling his car and ask for a small amount and pay him directly in person for it.
And our tax rates, especially on the rich, are very low compared to the social democracies of Western Europe and compared to our own 50-60 years ago.
Don't expect our situation to improve a lot until we get a more equitable tax structure ...