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State Motor-Fuel Taxes and Related Receipts – 2010 1/

August 2011
Table MF-1

(THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)

  RECEIPTS FROM TAXATION OF MOTOR FUEL 2/ OTHER RELATED RECEIPTS
STATE GROSS TAX COLLECTIONS 3/ 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 592,396 1,794 590,602 713 589,889 3,779 586,110 399 60,528 - 1,033 61,960 648,070
Alaska 26,051 - 26,051 177 25,874 641 25,233 - - - - - 25,233
Arizona 639,804 1,452 638,352 3,026 635,326 8,581 626,745 - - 940 1,449 2,389 629,134
Arkansas 439,303 - 439,303 - 439,303 - 439,303 - - - 42,889 42,889 482,192
California 3,161,177 - 3,161,177 - 3,161,177 151,666 3,009,511 - - - 4,845 4,845 3,014,356
Colorado 563,564 2,291 561,273 4,834 556,439 - 556,439 - - - 102 102 556,541
Connecticut 484,136 - 484,136 - 484,136 - 484,136 531 - - 146,939 147,470 631,606
Delaware 112,751 - 112,751 121 112,630 121 112,509 4 - 94 35 133 112,642
Dist. of Col. 20,567 - 20,567 - 20,567 - 20,567 - - - - - 20,567
Florida 2,174,379 2,441 2,171,938 23,492 2,148,446 - 2,148,446 - 10,380 - 25,560 35,940 2,184,386
Georgia 474,464 - 474,464 906 473,558 - 473,558 - - 325 - 325 473,883
Hawaii 79,085 - 79,085 55 79,030 911 78,119 - - 33 - 33 78,152
Idaho 236,238 3,392 232,846 991 231,855 4,695 227,160 - - - - - 227,160
Illinois 1,270,119 17,139 1,252,980 - 1,252,980 5,040 1,247,940 - - - - - 1,247,940
Indiana 742,700 8,832 733,868 3,289 730,579 145 730,434 - - - 86,303 86,303 816,737
Iowa 457,227 - 457,227 25,225 432,002 2,962 429,040 - - - 187 187 429,227
Kansas 439,747 - 439,747 1,052 438,695 3,500 435,195 10 227 - 785 1,022 436,217
Kentucky 667,687 10,862 656,825 605 656,220 827 655,393 - - - - - 655,393
Louisiana 596,016 6,833 589,183 2,830 586,353 - 586,353 - 5,844 936 89 6,869 593,222
Maine 253,689 - 253,689 989 252,700 5,861 246,839 - - - - - 246,839
Maryland 742,773 1,367 741,406 16,794 724,612 4,409 720,203 - - 631 - 631 720,834
Massachusetts 656,312 1,664 654,648 - 654,648 737 653,911 - - - - - 653,911
Michigan 973,610 - 973,610 11,479 962,131 16,779 945,352 53 - - - 53 945,405
Minnesota 837,288 - 837,288 10,478 826,810 19,709 807,101 14 3,891 - 20,109 24,014 831,115
Mississippi 376,121 - 376,121 22 376,099 4,657 371,442 - - - 6,176 6,176 377,618
Missouri 688,377 - 688,377 4,213 684,164 - 684,164 - - - 101 101 684,265
Montana 195,747 1,224 194,523 5,562 188,961 2,070 186,891 39 8 110 24 181 187,072
Nebraska 325,460 5,857 319,603 1,810 317,793 79 317,714 - - 13 775 788 318,502
Nevada 456,554 7,372 449,182 558 448,624 7,172 441,452 677 - 2,360 12,291 15,328 456,780
New Hampshire 146,226 - 146,226 661 145,565 2,418 143,147 - - 362 100 462 143,609
New Jersey 555,366 - 555,366 - 555,366 - 555,366 - - - 137 137 555,503
New Mexico 245,598 - 245,598 - 245,598 581 245,017 - - - 25,427 25,427 270,444
New York 1,596,390 - 1,596,390 38,296 1,558,094 - 1,558,094 - 2,816 - 27,693 30,509 1,588,603
North Carolina 1,621,403 - 1,621,403 53,040 1,568,363 27,732 1,540,631 - - - - - 1,540,631
North Dakota 136,809 1,973 134,836 1,729 133,107 563 132,544 1 223 146 13,364 13,734 146,278
Ohio 1,830,059 27,727 1,802,332 14,158 1,788,174 17,362 1,770,812 - - - - - 1,770,812
Oklahoma 404,140 - 404,140 2,898 401,242 87 401,155 - - - 30,022 30,022 431,177
Oregon 507,515 - 507,515 - 507,515 - 507,515 1,505 - 208 101,158 102,871 610,386
Pennsylvania 2,052,097 4,232 2,047,865 2,937 2,044,928 189 2,044,739 - 9 1,409 1,294,565 1,295,983 3,340,722
Rhode Island 139,875 - 139,875 3,566 136,309 - 136,309 - - - 2,437 2,437 138,746
South Carolina 509,651 2,822 506,829 3,123 503,706 3,337 500,369 - 8,715 - - 8,715 509,084
South Dakota 139,910 2,086 137,824 963 136,861 2,893 133,968 - - 39 - 39 134,007
Tennessee 782,548 9,107 773,441 11,706 761,735 - 761,735 - - - 62,793 62,793 824,528
Texas 3,143,017 48,481 3,094,536 11,679 3,082,857 22,193 3,060,664 - - - - - 3,060,664
Utah 343,514 2,509 341,005 4,890 336,115 219 335,896 1,677 - - 534 2,211 338,107
Vermont 96,940 - 96,940 - 96,940 953 95,987 - - - - - 95,987
Virginia 840,973 6,706 834,267 7,075 827,192 - 827,192 - - 170 43,351 43,521 870,713
Washington 1,214,986 - 1,214,986 22,906 1,192,080 12,940 1,179,140 - - - 517 517 1,179,657
West Virginia 353,407 1,634 351,773 9,332 342,441 96 342,345 - - - 6,873 6,873 349,218
Wisconsin 982,865 - 982,865 11,078 971,787 20,038 951,749 - - - - - 951,749
Wyoming 97,056 294 96,762 799 95,963 2,115 93,848 52 - - 45 97 93,945
Total 36,423,687 180,091 36,243,596 320,057 35,923,539 358,057 35,565,482 4,962 92,641 7,776 1,958,708 2,064,087 37,629,569
Percentage 100.0 0.5 99.5 0.9 98.6 1.0 97.6 - - - - - -

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/ Tax rates are as of December 31, 2010.

3/ 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.

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.