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State Motor-Fuel Taxes and Related Receipts – 2011 1/

October 2012
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 594,220 1,676 592,544 368 592,176 3,702 588,474 453 59,867 - 1,097 61,417 649,891
Alaska 31,423 - 31,423 269 31,154 1,090 30,064 - - - - - 30,064
Arizona 646,123 1,376 644,747 2,531 642,216 7,233 634,983 - - 806 1,280 2,086 637,069
Arkansas 444,383 - 444,383 - 444,383 - 444,383 - - - - - 444,383
California 5,487,320 - 5,487,320 - 5,487,320 240,405 5,246,915 - - - 4,700 4,700 5,251,615
Colorado 561,999 2,290 559,709 4,239 555,470 - 555,470 - - - 108 108 555,578
Connecticut 479,380 - 479,380 2,623 476,757 - 476,757 504 - - 151,995 152,499 629,256
Delaware 113,732 - 113,732 - 113,732 104 113,628 14 - 51 35 100 113,728
Dist. of Col. 29,938 - 29,938 - 29,938 - 29,938 - - - - - 29,938
Florida 2,182,648 2,361 2,180,287 26,400 2,153,887 - 2,153,887 - 10,145 22,621 33 32,799 2,186,686
Georgia 457,711 - 457,711 1,675 456,036 - 456,036 - - 106 - 106 456,142
Hawaii 87,587 - 87,587 62 87,525 1,015 86,510 - - 455 - 455 86,965
Idaho 232,513 3,319 229,194 1,312 227,882 4,588 223,294 - - - - - 223,294
Illinois 6/ 1,270,119 17,139 1,252,980 - 1,252,980 5,040 1,247,940 - - - - - 1,247,940
Indiana 752,282 8,767 743,515 4,561 738,954 160 738,794 - - - 97,804 97,804 836,598
Iowa 474,851 - 474,851 34,756 440,095 3,057 437,038 - - - 190 190 437,228
Kansas 428,744 - 428,744 964 427,780 3,500 424,280 12 - - 962 974 425,254
Kentucky 746,072 12,256 733,816 1,402 732,414 1,079 731,335 - - - - - 731,335
Louisiana 619,713 6,974 612,739 5,404 607,335 - 607,335 - 5,064 301 102 5,467 612,802
Maine 251,107 - 251,107 962 250,145 5,865 244,280 - - - - - 244,280
Maryland 696,378 1,206 695,172 14,880 680,292 7,055 673,237 - - 441 - 441 673,678
Massachusetts 662,585 - 662,585 1,755 660,830 776 660,054 - - - - - 660,054
Michigan 970,752 - 970,752 13,028 957,724 16,540 941,184 53 - - - 53 941,237
Minnesota 856,078 - 856,078 10,240 845,838 21,432 824,406 12 3,926 - 14,098 18,036 842,442
Mississippi 384,635 - 384,635 36 384,599 4,825 379,774 - - - 20,431 20,431 400,205
Missouri 689,348 - 689,348 3,901 685,447 - 685,447 - - - 90 90 685,537
Montana 202,339 1,245 201,094 6,325 194,769 3,074 191,695 33 4 143 25 205 191,900
Nebraska 339,117 5,943 333,174 983 332,191 74 332,117 - - 12 937 949 333,066
Nevada 458,114 7,526 450,588 599 449,989 6,874 443,115 - 668 3,060 12,275 16,003 459,118
New Hampshire 148,459 - 148,459 541 147,918 2,350 145,568 - - 220 101 321 145,889
New Jersey 555,737 - 555,737 296 555,441 - 555,441 - - - 729 729 556,170
New Mexico 249,505 - 249,505 - 249,505 581 248,924 - - - 25,618 25,618 274,542
New York 1,625,249 - 1,625,249 48,234 1,577,015 - 1,577,015 - 2,801 - 30,687 33,488 1,610,503
North Carolina 1,724,225 - 1,724,225 43,964 1,680,261 28,013 1,652,248 - - - - - 1,652,248
North Dakota 155,323 2,053 153,270 1,084 152,186 573 151,613 1 262 102 17,139 17,504 169,117
Ohio 1,858,580 27,884 1,830,696 13,154 1,817,542 17,670 1,799,872 - - - - - 1,799,872
Oklahoma 411,262 - 411,262 2,792 408,470 87 408,383 - - - 32,110 32,110 440,493
Oregon 447,769 - 447,769 327 447,442 15,581 431,861 - 310 - 125 435 432,296
Pennsylvania 2,105,066 4,296 2,100,770 3,400 2,097,370 173 2,097,197 - 11 781 1,770 2,562 2,099,759
Rhode Island 139,781 - 139,781 4,990 134,791 - 134,791 - - - 3,505 3,505 138,296
South Carolina 515,294 2,650 512,644 2,831 509,813 3,361 506,452 - 8,822 - - 8,822 515,274
South Dakota 136,376 2,059 134,317 1,062 133,255 2,916 130,339 - - 63 - 63 130,402
Tennessee 801,126 9,362 791,764 9,978 781,786 - 781,786 - - - 63,429 63,429 845,215
Texas 3,166,183 48,235 3,117,948 10,895 3,107,053 22,330 3,084,723 - - - - - 3,084,723
Utah 361,187 2,592 358,595 3,892 354,703 187 354,516 - - - 597 597 355,113
Vermont 99,735 - 99,735 - 99,735 987 98,748 - - - - - 98,748
Virginia 870,760 6,530 864,230 7,176 857,054 152 856,902 - - 153 44,905 45,058 901,960
Washington 1,233,014 - 1,233,014 25,398 1,207,616 13,699 1,193,917 - - - 384 384 1,194,301
West Virginia 362,110 1,635 360,475 8,995 351,480 87 351,393 - - - 3,952 3,952 355,345
Wisconsin 999,136 - 999,136 10,872 988,264 19,926 968,338 - - - - - 968,338
Wyoming 98,826 311 98,515 876 97,639 1,606 96,033 74 - - 46 120 96,153
Total 39,215,914 179,685 39,036,229 340,032 38,696,197 467,767 38,228,430 1,156 91,880 29,315 531,259 653,610 38,882,040
Percentage 100.0 0.5 99.5 0.9 98.7 1.2 97.5 - - - - - -

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, 2011.

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.

6/ Illinois data for 2010.