FUEL duty would be cut by a fifth under a radical scheme to change the way roads are paid for.
AA boss Edmund King wants a scheme where motorists are charged for every mile they drive over 3,000 miles per year.
PA:Press Association Motorists could be in for mega savings on fuel if the proposed plans are given the go ahead
Drivers would pay less than 1p a mile in the first year with the disabled and those in rural areas paying less.
The revenue generated would fund cutting fuel duty from 70p a litre to 56p over five years.