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STATE MOTOR-FUEL TAXES AND RELATED RECEIPTS - 2003 1/

NOVEMBER 2004(THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)Table MF-1
STATERECEIPTS FROM TAXATION OF MOTOR FUEL 3/OTHER RELATED RECEIPTSADJUSTED NET TOTAL RECEIPTS
GROSS TAX COLLECTIONS 2/DEDUCTIONS BY DISTRIBUTORS FOR EXPENSESGROSS RECEIPTS BY STATEREFUNDS PAIDNET RECEIPTS BY STATEDEDICATED REVENUE FROM NONHIGHWAY GASOLINE 4/ADJUSTED NET VOLUME TAX RECEIPTSDISTRIBUTOR AND DEALER LICENSESINSPECTION FEES 5/FINES AND PENALTIESMISCEL- LANEOUS RECEIPTS TOTAL
Alabama 576,387 10,122 566,265 540 565,725 3,777 561,948 212 35 - 1,003 1,250 563,198
Alaska 25,293 - 25,293 (2,376) 27,669 360 27,309 - - - - - 27,309
Arizona 660,330 1,516 658,814 2,982 655,832 11,848 643,984 - - 161 1,845 2,006 645,990
Arkansas 435,577 - 435,577 - 435,577 - 435,577 - - - - - 435,577
California 3,248,327 - 3,248,327 - 3,248,327 111,231 3,137,096 - - - 4,557 4,557 3,141,653
Colorado 550,309 2,263 548,046 3,869 544,177 - 544,177 1 - - 166 167 544,344
Connecticut 451,595 - 451,595 4,123 447,472 - 447,472 313 - - 65,862 66,175 513,647
Delaware 107,182 - 107,182 270 106,912 - 106,912 6 - 39 44 89 107,001
Dist. of Col. 29,584 - 29,584 - 29,584 - 29,584 - - - 59 59 29,643
Florida 1,858,895 2,232 1,856,663 15,253 1,841,410 - 1,841,410 - 10,247 - 125 10,372 1,851,782
Georgia 468,727 2,687 466,040 1,539 464,501 - 464,501 - - - - - 464,501
Hawaii 75,346 - 75,346 201 75,145 901 74,244 - - 47 - 47 74,291
Idaho 210,832 1,533 209,299 451 208,848 4,543 204,305 - - - - - 204,305
Illinois 1,341,279 20,375 1,320,904 10,449 1,310,455 14,358 1,296,097 - - - - - 1,296,097
Indiana 1,058,075 9,408 1,048,667 1,518 1,047,149 8 1,047,141 - - - 41,212 41,212 1,088,353
Iowa 426,728 - 426,728 13,664 413,064 761 412,303 - - - 582 582 412,885
Kansas 408,724 - 408,724 1,708 407,016 - 407,016 9 1,137 - 92 1,238 408,254
Kentucky 508,239 7,711 500,528 1,136 499,392 - 499,392 - - - - - 499,392
Louisiana 605,848 735 605,113 32,314 572,799 - 572,799 - 2,936 5 163 3,104 575,903
Maine 217,894 - 217,894 1,059 216,835 4,213 212,622 - - - - - 212,622
Maryland 716,140 1,118 715,022 6,140 708,882 3,342 705,540 - - 469 - 469 706,009
Massachusetts 679,216 - 679,216 2,790 676,426 8,705 667,721 - - - - - 667,721
Michigan 1,106,622 - 1,106,622 13,343 1,093,279 18,632 1,074,647 29 - - - 29 1,074,676
Minnesota 647,386 - 647,386 7,972 639,414 7,804 631,610 - - - 573 573 632,183
Mississippi 391,302 - 391,302 38 391,264 4,376 386,888 - - 16 - 16 386,904
Missouri 690,342 - 690,342 10,480 679,862 - 679,862 - - - 145 145 680,007
Montana 191,929 1,329 190,600 6,698 183,902 2,067 181,835 - - - - - 181,835
Nebraska 311,733 5,847 305,886 533 305,353 122 305,231 - - 8 88 96 305,327
Nevada 409,717 6,580 403,137 2,344 400,793 3,211 397,582 - 620 461 - 1,081 398,663
New Hampshire 156,858 - 156,858 - 156,858 2,406 154,452 - - - 418 418 154,870
New Jersey 553,968 - 553,968 - 553,968 - 553,968 - - - 398 398 554,366
New Mexico 253,879 - 253,879 675 253,204 564 252,640 - - 398 203 601 253,241
New York 1,510,644 - 1,510,644 11,803 1,498,841 - 1,498,841 - 3,104 - 569 3,673 1,502,514
North Carolina 1,220,082 - 1,220,082 59,943 1,160,139 1,497 1,158,642 - 23,578 - - 23,578 1,182,220
North Dakota 107,942 1,738 106,204 1,966 104,238 1,099 103,139 1 182 40 2,474 2,697 105,836
Ohio 1,480,886 31,454 1,449,432 17,673 1,431,759 14,561 1,417,198 - - - - - 1,417,198
Oklahoma 411,765 4,582 407,183 384 406,799 85 406,714 - - - 298 298 407,012
Oregon 405,486 - 405,486 1,164 404,322 10,366 393,956 - - 336 - 336 394,292
Pennsylvania 1,761,601 4,554 1,757,047 2,936 1,754,111 198 1,753,913 - - 1,031 1,703 2,734 1,756,647
Rhode Island 6/ 136,204 - 136,204 803 135,401 - 135,401 - - - 73 73 135,474
South Carolina 470,044 3,563 466,481 3,605 462,876 3,005 459,871 - 7,970 - - 7,970 467,841
South Dakota 130,974 2,073 128,901 1,717 127,184 2,156 125,028 - - 35 345 380 125,408
Tennessee 761,055 9,014 752,041 - 752,041 - 752,041 - 60,697 - - 60,697 812,738
Texas 2,914,978 45,812 2,869,166 5,803 2,863,363 21,015 2,842,348 - - - - - 2,842,348
Utah 333,577 - 333,577 3,525 330,052 9,179 320,873 1 - - 336 337 321,210
Vermont 85,950 - 85,950 - 85,950 1,012 84,938 - - - 2,351 2,351 87,289
Virginia 858,880 6,300 852,580 3,507 849,073 5,025 844,048 - - 178 36,710 36,888 880,936
Washington 754,218 - 754,218 4,487 749,731 11,112 738,619 - - - 57 57 738,676
West Virginia 291,464 - 291,464 1,214 290,250 - 290,250 - - - 111 111 290,361
Wisconsin 913,595 - 913,595 11,116 902,479 16,582 885,897 - - - - - 885,897
Wyoming 92,183 268 91,915 2,519 89,396 1,644 87,752 51 - - 33 84 87,836
Total 34,015,791 182,814 33,832,977 273,878 33,559,099 301,765 33,257,334 623 110,506 3,224 162,595 276,948 33,534,282
Percentage100.0 0.5 99.5 0.8 98.7 0.9 97.8 - - - - - -

1/ This table includes the revenues from State taxes on all motor- vehicle fuels and related receipts in connection with motor-fuel taxation and administration. In many States, however, the tax on special fuels (fuels other than gasoline and gasohol) is applicable only to the amount used on the highways. For the States that apply the tax to all fuel sold, the revenue and refunds covering the nonhighway portion of these special fuels have been excluded. All data are subject to further review and revision.

2/ Includes, in some States, receipts in the form of tax credits for refund claims accepted by distributors acting as agents of the State and refund credits to users who are licensed as distributors.

3/ For tax rates as of January 1, 2003 and rate changes during the year, see table MF-121T. States with variable rates are also identified in table MF-121T.

4/ These are proceeds from taxes on nonhighway uses of gasoline dedicated for the improvement of facilities other than highways. They are generally revenues from taxes on gasoline for aviation and motorboat use, but in some States, include taxes on gasoline used in off-highway recreational vehicles and snowmobiles. In California, receipts from the tax on gasoline used for agricultural purposes are included.

5/ These are fees for inspection of motor-vehicle fuel. Insofar as possible, fees for inspection of fuels not used on highways have been eliminated.

6/ Rhode Island data is for 2002.


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