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Highway Statistics 2007

State Motor-Fuel Taxes and Related Receipts - 2007 1/

November 2008
Table MF-1

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(THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)

  RECEIPTS FROM TAXATION OF MOTOR FUEL 3/ OTHER RELATED RECEIPTS
STATE GROSS TAX COLLECTIONS 2/ DEDUCTIONS BY DISTRIBUTORS FOR EXPENSES GROSS RECEIPTS BY STATE REFUNDS PAID NET RECEIPTS BY STATE DEDICATED REVENUE FROM NONHIGHWAY GASOLINE 4/ ADJUSTED NET VOLUME TAX RECEIPTS DISTRIBUTOR AND DEALER LICENSES INSPECTION FEES 5/ FINES AND PENALTIES MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS TOTAL ADJUSTED TOTAL RECEIPTS
Alabama 620,710 1,966 618,744 340 618,404 - 618,404 423 - 36 765 1,224 619,628
Alaska 31,960 - 31,960 322 31,638 1,080 30,558 - - - - - 30,558
Arizona 724,681 - 724,681 - 724,681 11,538 713,143 - - 1,801 1,903 3,704 716,847
Arkansas 455,654 - 455,654 - 455,654 - 455,654 - - - 6,536 6,536 462,190
California 3,412,709 - 3,412,709 - 3,412,709 152,327 3,260,382 - - - 6,016 6,016 3,266,398
Colorado 574,213 2,282 571,931 4,357 567,574 - 567,574 - - - 106 106 567,680
Connecticut 470,695 - 470,695 3,362 467,333 - 467,333 291 - - 209,189 209,480 676,813
Delaware 117,207 - 117,207 148 117,059 - 117,059 5 - 113 41 159 117,218
Dist. of Col. 26,776 - 26,776 - 26,776 - 26,776 - - - - - 26,776
Florida 2,239,561 1,896 2,237,665 15,575 2,222,090 - 2,222,090 - 10,961 - 78 11,039 2,233,129
Georgia 477,851 - 477,851 1,383 476,468 - 476,468 - - 442 457,263 457,705 934,173
Hawaii 85,669 - 85,669 137 85,532 1,004 84,528 - - 29 - 29 84,557
Idaho 238,932 3,305 235,627 776 234,851 4,851 230,000 2,560 - - - 2,560 232,560
Illinois 1,356,401 18,023 1,338,378 5 1,338,373 5,040 1,333,333 - - - - - 1,333,333
Indiana 778,820 9,318 769,502 273 769,229 142 769,087 - - - 110,564 110,564 879,651
Iowa 465,499 - 465,499 21,572 443,927 3,030 440,897 - - - 159 159 441,056
Kansas 439,956 - 439,956 1,417 438,539 - 438,539 7 954 - 90 1,051 439,590
Kentucky 576,581 8,213 568,368 5,200 563,168 - 563,168 - - - - - 563,168
Louisiana 668,862 7,175 661,687 26,829 634,858 - 634,858 - 4,730 54 106 4,890 639,748
Maine 239,384 - 239,384 588 238,796 5,751 233,045 - - - - - 233,045
Maryland 771,632 1,234 770,398 12,050 758,348 3,506 754,842 - - 486 - 486 755,328
Massachusetts 677,403 6,062 671,341 1,984 669,357 1,682 667,675 - - - - - 667,675
Michigan 1,042,239 - 1,042,239 14,344 1,027,895 17,629 1,010,266 38 - - - 38 1,010,304
Minnesota 651,431 - 651,431 8,132 643,299 15,605 627,694 17 4,316 - 27,050 31,383 659,077
Mississippi 417,791 - 417,791 46 417,745 - 417,745 - - - 13,687 13,687 431,432
Missouri 707,622 - 707,622 3,551 704,071 - 704,071 - - - 112 112 704,183
Montana 200,729 1,227 199,502 6,520 192,982 2,139 190,843 52 - 392 27 471 191,314
Nebraska 339,707 5,978 333,729 1,848 331,881 99 331,782 - - 26 560 586 332,368
Nevada 497,612 6,664 490,948 818 490,130 57 490,073 - 670 993 28,943 30,606 520,679
New Hampshire 152,287 - 152,287 653 151,634 - 151,634 - - 216 115 331 151,965
New Jersey 588,784 - 588,784 - 588,784 - 588,784 - - - 787 787 589,571
New Mexico 263,081 - 263,081 - 263,081 609 262,472 - - 1 26,665 26,666 289,138
New York 2,163,172 - 2,163,172 37,218 2,125,954 - 2,125,954 - 5,739 - 65,953 71,692 2,197,646
North Carolina 1,692,473 - 1,692,473 65,679 1,626,794 1,988 1,624,806 29,540 - - - 29,540 1,654,346
North Dakota 127,481 1,868 125,613 1,461 124,152 734 123,418 1 198 49 439 687 124,105
Ohio 1,941,000 28,405 1,912,595 18,160 1,894,435 17,234 1,877,201 - - - - - 1,877,201
Oklahoma 385,163 4,391 380,772 2,624 378,148 91 378,057 - - - 32,491 32,491 410,548
Oregon 413,263 - 413,263 719 412,544 15,692 396,852 406 - - - 406 397,258
Pennsylvania 2,111,846 4,305 2,107,541 2,816 2,104,725 212 2,104,513 - - 858 1,148 2,006 2,106,519
Rhode Island 146,586 - 146,586 482 146,104 - 146,104 - - - - - 146,104
South Carolina 532,896 2,608 530,288 4,090 526,198 3,345 522,853 - 9,063 - - 9,063 531,916
South Dakota 133,368 1,975 131,393 1,405 129,988 2,339 127,649 - - 88 - 88 127,737
Tennessee 793,423 9,084 784,339 - 784,339 - 784,339 - 65,323 - - 65,323 849,662
Texas 3,149,726 47,593 3,102,133 15,937 3,086,196 21,199 3,064,997 - - - - - 3,064,997
Utah 378,553 2,677 375,876 3,379 372,497 4,245 368,252 2 - - 248 250 368,502
Vermont 94,236 - 94,236 - 94,236 1,924 92,312 - - - 725 725 93,037
Virginia 903,213 6,973 896,240 7,530 888,710 6,064 882,646 - - 1,019 43,267 44,286 926,932
Washington 1,128,654 - 1,128,654 9,676 1,118,978 11,887 1,107,091 - - - 408 408 1,107,499
West Virginia 319,486 1,345 318,141 5,645 312,496 116 312,380 - - - 4,004 4,004 316,384
Wisconsin 1,017,713 - 1,017,713 11,701 1,006,012 19,943 986,069 - - - - - 986,069
Wyoming 106,853 263 106,590 1,456 105,134 1,714 103,420 72 - - 45 117 103,537
Total 37,851,544 184,830 37,666,714 322,208 37,344,506 334,816 37,009,690 33,414 101,954 6,603 1,039,490 1,181,461 38,191,151
Percentage 100.0 0.5 99.5 0.9 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 gaso- line 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/ Tax rates are as of December 31, 2007.

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.

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