It’s Thursday again, so you know what that means for the West Coast Bella Girls: another installment of our long standing “are we a truck” debate.
Today’s argument: we are not a truck, because we pay the “auto” toll on all the various bridges that cross the bay.
The toll is higher for all vehicles on the Golden Gate bridge than it is on other bridges, but for any bridge, the toll amount is determined by axel – if you have 2 axels, you pay one amount ($4 on most bridges, $6 on the Golden Gate). If you have 3 axels, you pay a higher amount ($6 on most bridges – I don’t even know on the Golden Gate, since we’ve never had to pay it!). We have 2 axels, just like a car, and we pay $4, just like a car. As the sign says, the toll we pay is the “auto” toll.
So, my logic in this argument, is that because we pay what is clearly denoted as the “auto” toll, then we must be an auto rather than a truck.
Disagree? Back me up? Let us know!