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- n. Alternative form of hubometer.
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Eroad thinks it could have the inside running by dint of its eRUC (electronic road user charges) system being centred on a GPS-based "hubodometer", which the company says is a world first.
An electronic hubodometer is also tamper-proof compared to a mechanical model, says Mr Michie, who sites figures saying hubodometer diddling costs the New Zealand government $90 million in lost road user charges a year.
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