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Appendix C
Reporting by U.S. Territories and Puerto Rico

The following instructions apply only to the simplified form, Territorial Highway Statistics, included in this appendix. For specific information on the individual categories of information requested, reference should be made to the individual chapters in this Guide.

Item I. Motor-fuel consumption.—Record in this item certain basic information on motor-fuel tax rates and the amount of gallons taxed. As used here, motor fuel includes gasoline, gasohol, diesel, and liquefied petroleum gases (LPG).

Item I.A.1. Territorial motor-fuel tax rate on December 31-gasoline.—Enter the tax rate for highway use of gasoline.

Item I.A.2. Territorial motor-fuel tax rate on December 31-diesel and LPG.—Enter the tax rate for highway use of diesel and LPG.

Item I.B.1. Net volume taxed at prevailing rates.—Enter the amount (in thousands of gallons or liters) of motor fuel that was taxed at the motor-fuel tax rates reported in items I.A.1 and I.A.2. The unit of measurement used for this item should be identified in a note.

Item I.B.2. Net volume taxed at other rates.—Enter the amount (in thousands of gallons or liters) of motor fuel that was taxed at a rate other than the motor-fuel tax rates reported in items I.A.1. and I.A.2. The unit of measurement used for this item should be identified in a note.

Item I.B.3. Total.—Enter the sum of items I.B.1. and I.B.2. Identify the unit of measurement used for this item in a note.

Item II. Motor-fuel tax receipts.—Record in this item certain basic information on the receipts from motor-fuel taxation.

Item II.A. Gross volume receipts.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total amount of receipts from the taxation of gasoline, diesel and LPG. Include proceeds of taxes levied per unit of volume. Do not include taxes levied as a percentage of price.

Item II.B.1. Less: refunds paid.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total amount of refunds of motor-fuel taxes paid.

Item II.B.2. Less: dedicated volume tax.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total amount of motor-fuel taxes on nonhighway use of fuel that are specifically dedicated to nonhighway activities. For example, enter in this item the aviation gasoline taxes dedicated for airport improvements. To be included in this item, the fuel taxed must have been used for nonhighway purposes and the receipts must be dedicated for nonhighway purposes.

Item II.C. Other receipts.—In thousands of dollars,enter the total amount of other highway motor-fuel related taxes or fees. Motor-fuel inspection fees, motor-fuel decals, and other miscellaneous fees that are included in motor-fuel tax laws should be included in this item.

Item II.D. Net total receipts.—Enter the sum of items II.A. and II.C. less items II.B.1. and II.B.2.

Item III. Motor-vehicle registrations.—Record in this item the number of public, private, and commercial motor-vehicle registrations for each of the categories listed below. Registrations for motor-vehicles which are not intended for use on highways, roads, and streets should be omitted. For example, agricultural tractors and other agricultural vehicles which are not used on the public road system should be omitted.

Item III.A. Automobiles.—Enter the number of public, private, and commercial automobiles registered during the reporting year.

Item III.B. Buses.—Enter the number of public, private,and commercial buses registered during the reporting year.

Item III.C. Trucks—Enter the number of public, private, and commercial trucks registered during the reporting year.

Item III.D. Total.—Enter the sum of items III.A. through III.C.

Item III.E. Trailers.—Enter the number of public, private, and commercial trailers registered during the reporting year.

Item III.F. Motorcycles.—Enter the number of public, private, and commercial motorcycles registered during the reporting year.

Item IV.A. Learner permits.—Enter the number of learner permits issued during the year to beginner drivers.

Item IV.B. Operator licenses issued.—Enter the number of operator licenses issued during the year for the operation of private motor vehicles

Item IV.C. Chauffeur licenses issued.—Enter the number of chauffeur licenses issued during the year for the operation of motor vehicles. Chauffeur licenses are issued for operating motor vehicles for hire or operating trucks.

Item IV.D. Motorcycle licenses issued.—Enter the number of motorcycle licenses issued during the year.

Item IV.E. Driver licenses in force.—Enter the net number of driver licenses in force as of the end of the reporting year. Licenses in force should exclude: learner permits, motorcycle only licenses, limited use permits, canceled licenses, and revoked licenses. Only one driver license should be counted for each driver.

Item V. Motor-vehicle tax receipts.—Record in this item information on the taxation of motor vehicles as categorized below.

Item V.A. Registration fees.—In thousands of dollars,enter the total amount of receipts from motor-vehicle registrations.

Item V.B. Driver licenses.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total amount of receipts from driver license fees.

Item V.C. Motor carriers.—In thousands of dollars,enter the total amount of receipts from the taxation of motor carriers and for-hire vehicles. For example, distance taxes, weight-distance taxes, gross receipts taxes, axle fees, and other operational motor-carrier taxes and fees should be included in this item.

Item V.D. Other.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total amount of receipts from other taxes and fees on motor vehicles. For example, dealer licenses, title fees, duplicate registration fees, duplicate driver license fees, vanity plates, vehicle inspection fees, and transfer fees should all be reported in this item.

Item V.E. Total.—Enter the sum of items V.A. through V.D.

Item VI. Highway receipts.—Record in this item information on the net revenues for highway, road, and street programs during the reporting year as categorized below.

Item VI.A. Highway-user revenues.—In thousands of dollars, enter the net revenues from the taxation of motor fuels, motor vehicles, drivers, and motor carriers for their use of and operation on highways, roads, and streets. Net revenues exclude refunds and collection expenses.

Item VI.B. General funds.—In thousands of dollars, enter the net amount of general funds expended for highway, road, and street activities.

Item VI.C. FHWA funds.—In thousands of dollars, enter the amount of Federal Highway Administration funds received and expended for highway, road, and street activities.

Item VI.D. Other Federal funds.—In thousands of dollars, enter the amount of funds received from other Federal agencies and expended for highway, road, and street activities.

Item VI.E. Total.—Enter the sum of items VI.A. through VI.D.

Item VII. Highway disbursements.—Record in this item information on the net expenditures for highway, road,and street programs during the year as categorized below.

Item VII.A. Capital outlay.—In thousands of dollars,enter the total of capital outlay for highways, roads, and streets.

Item VII.B. Maintenance.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total of maintenance and operational expenditures for highways, roads, and streets.

Item VII.C. Administration.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total of administrative and planning expenditures for highways, roads, and streets. Administration excludes collection expenditures.

Item VII.D. Highway law enforcement.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total of highway law enforcement and safety expenditures for highways, roads, and streets. Expenditures for criminal law enforcement should be excluded.

Item VII.E. Total.—Enter the sum of items VII.A. through VII.D.

Item IV.A. Learner permits.—Enter the number of learner permits issued during the year to beginner drivers.

Item IV.B. Operator licenses issued.—Enter the number of operator licenses issued during the year for the operation of private motor vehicles.

Item IV.C. Chauffeur licenses issued.—Enter the number of chauffeur licenses issued during the year for the operation of motor vehicles. Chauffeur licenses are issued for operating motor vehicles for hire or operating trucks.

Item IV.D. Motorcycle licenses issued.—Enter the number of motorcycle licenses issued during the year.

Item IV.E. Driver licenses in force.—Enter the net number of driver licenses in force as of the end of the reporting year. Licenses in force should exclude: learner permits, motorcycle only licenses, limited use permits, canceled licenses, and revoked licenses. Only one driver license should be counted for each driver.

Item V. Motor-vehicle tax receipts.—Record in this item information on the taxation of motor vehicles as categorized below.

Item V.A. Registration fees.—In thousands of dollars,enter the total amount of receipts from motor-vehicle registrations.

Item V.B. Driver licenses.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total amount of receipts from driver license fees.

Item V.C. Motor carriers.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total amount of receipts from the taxation of motor carriers and for-hire vehicles. For example, distance taxes, weight-distance taxes, gross receipts taxes, axle fees, and other operational motor-carrier taxes and fees should be included in this item.

Item V.D. Other.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total amount of receipts from other taxes and fees on motor vehicles. For example, dealer licenses, title fees, duplicate registration fees, duplicate driver license fees, vanity plates, vehicle inspection fees, and transfer fees should all be reported in this item.

Item V.E. Total.—Enter the sum of items V.A. through V.D.

Item VI. Highway receipts.—Record in this item information on the net revenues for highway, road, and street programs during the reporting year as categorized below.

Item VI.A. Highway-user revenues.—In thousands of dollars, enter the net revenues from the taxation of motor fuels, motor vehicles, drivers, and motor carriers for their use of and operation on highways, roads, and streets. Net revenues exclude refunds and collection expenses.

Item VI.B. General funds.—In thousands of dollars,enter the net amount of general funds expended for highway, road, and street activities.

Item VI.C. FHWA funds.—In thousands of dollars, enter the amount of Federal Highway Administration funds received and expended for highway, road, and street activities.

Item VI.D. Other Federal funds.—In thousands of dollars, enter the amount of funds received from other Federal agencies and expended for highway, road, and street activities.

Item VI.E. Total.—Enter the sum of items VI.A. through VI.D.

Item VII. Highway disbursements.—Record in this item information on the net expenditures for highway, road, and street programs during the year as categorized below.

Item VII.A. Capital outlay.—In thousands of dollars,enter the total of capital outlay for highways, roads, and streets.

Item VII.B. Maintenance.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total of maintenance and operational expenditures for highways, roads, and streets.

Item VII.C. Administration.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total of administrative and planning expenditures for highways, roads, and streets. Administration excludes collection expenditures.

Item VII.D. Highway law enforcement.—In thousands of dollars, enter the total of highway law enforcement and safety expenditures for highways, roads, and streets. Expenditures for criminal law enforcement should be excluded.

Item VII.E. Total.—Enter the sum of items VII.A. through VII.D.

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