I want to make a sentence, adequately using parallel structures, and can't find a way for that. I couldn't find an adjective for tobacco-relative, like I have for alcohol and automotive, in the following list:
tobacco, alcoholic and automotive goods
In a way I could write a phrase:
The new tax applies to tobacco, alcoholic and automotive goods.
Is there any way to make sentences like this parallel?
*Edited: I think the way I framed the question people would understand it as three different nouns; when I was actually meaning three different adjectives for goods. This is why I have provided an example phrase.