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State Motor-Fuel Taxes and Related Receipts – 2013 (1)

August 2014
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 588,544 2,217 586,327 5,236 581,091 4,054 577,037 - 57,129 - 1,178 58,307 635,344
Alaska 33,135 - 33,135 337 32,798 895 31,903 - - - - - 31,903
Arizona 642,569 1,177 641,392 3,106 638,286 7,195 631,091 - - - 2,606 2,606 633,697
Arkansas 430,813 - 430,813 - 430,813 - 430,813 - - - 47,685 47,685 478,498
California 5,531,635 - 5,531,635 - 5,531,635 299,997 5,231,638 - - - 6,660 6,660 5,238,298
Colorado 571,765 2,304 569,461 3,900 565,561 - 565,561 1 5 - 19 25 565,586
Connecticut 497,112 - 497,112 1,937 495,175 - 495,175 486 - - 185,665 186,151 681,326
Delaware 112,498 - 112,498 93 112,405 - 112,405 3 - 62 34 99 112,504
Dist. of Col. 22,389 - 22,389 - 22,389 - 22,389 - - - - - 22,389
Florida 2,263,226 2,369 2,260,857 14,542 2,246,315 - 2,246,315 - 9,876 - 20,034 29,910 2,276,225
Georgia 456,650 - 456,650 880 455,770 - 455,770 - - 3,104 - 3,104 458,874
Hawaii 84,971 - 84,971 93 84,878 981 83,897 - - 163 - 163 84,060
Idaho 242,049 3,473 238,576 5,947 232,629 4,665 227,964 - - - - - 227,964
Illinois 1,203,665 16,008 1,187,657 - 1,187,657 5,040 1,182,617 - - - - - 1,182,617
Indiana 699,814 - 699,814 594 699,220 - 699,220 - - - 107,980 107,980 807,200
Iowa 466,087 - 466,087 26,346 439,741 2,940 436,801 - - - 232 232 437,033
Kansas 428,582 - 428,582 1,117 427,465 3,500 423,965 8 - - 1,066 1,074 425,039
Kentucky 853,330 13,479 839,851 2,049 837,802 1,111 836,691 - - - - - 836,691
Louisiana 594,669 7,756 586,913 6,677 580,236 - 580,236 - 4,854 220 163 5,237 585,473
Maine 264,482 - 264,482 922 263,560 5,752 257,808 - - - - - 257,808
Maryland 772,402 1,418 770,984 27,745 743,239 174 743,065 - - 2,319 - 2,319 745,384
Massachusetts 653,711 - 653,711 2,080 651,631 995 650,636 - - - - - 650,636
Michigan 962,391 - 962,391 11,410 950,981 16,428 934,553 61 - - - 61 934,614
Minnesota 872,325 - 872,325 16,047 856,278 21,784 834,494 10 3,854 - 27,452 31,316 865,810
Mississippi 380,994 - 380,994 36 380,958 4,767 376,191 - - - 19,602 19,602 395,793
Missouri 669,217 - 669,217 3,112 666,105 - 666,105 - - - 247 247 666,352
Montana 210,365 1,271 209,094 6,366 202,728 - 202,728 26 - 153 32 211 202,939
Nebraska 320,385 5,546 314,839 1,255 313,584 78 313,506 - - 12 40 52 313,558
Nevada 474,243 7,725 466,518 437 466,081 6,666 459,415 - 658 1,639 24,140 26,437 485,852
New Hampshire 146,375 - 146,375 758 145,617 2,383 143,234 - - 157 96 253 143,487
New Jersey 527,064 - 527,064 941 526,123 - 526,123 - - - 869 869 526,992
New Mexico 253,966 - 253,966 - 253,966 593 253,373 - - 568 26,121 26,689 280,062
New York 1,695,068 - 1,695,068 39,887 1,655,181 - 1,655,181 - 2,727 - 501 3,228 1,658,409
North Carolina 1,965,749 - 1,965,749 55,810 1,909,939 27,555 1,882,384 - - - - - 1,882,384
North Dakota 191,291 2,290 189,001 684 188,317 486 187,831 1 323 83 20,402 20,809 208,640
Ohio 1,822,058 27,599 1,794,459 13,516 1,780,943 17,391 1,763,552 - - - - - 1,763,552
Oklahoma 404,540 - 404,540 2,761 401,779 87 401,692 - - - 31,245 31,245 432,937
Oregon 587,846 - 587,846 461 587,385 16,653 570,732 - - 594 156 750 571,482
Pennsylvania 2,092,687 4,137 2,088,550 2,204 2,086,346 - 2,086,346 - 2 1,009 1,269 2,280 2,088,626
Rhode Island 133,345 - 133,345 857 132,488 - 132,488 - - - 3,915 3,915 136,403
South Carolina 536,411 2,379 534,032 2,453 531,579 3,390 528,189 - 8,852 - - 8,852 537,041
South Dakota 140,826 1,902 138,924 - 138,924 3,917 135,007 - - 45 - 45 135,052
Tennessee 790,934 9,244 781,690 8,458 773,232 - 773,232 - - - 62,945 62,945 836,177
Texas 3,298,161 50,009 3,248,152 16,446 3,231,706 22,932 3,208,774 - - - - - 3,208,774
Utah 354,794 - 354,794 2,759 352,035 - 352,035 - - - 793 793 352,828
Vermont 103,991 - 103,991 - 103,991 - 103,991 - - - - - 103,991
Virginia 873,896 6,232 867,664 6,898 860,766 135 860,631 - - 1,163 37,351 38,514 899,145
Washington 1,222,253 - 1,222,253 31,361 1,190,892 14,205 1,176,687 - - - 606 606 1,177,293
West Virginia 371,097 1,578 369,519 3,619 365,900 87 365,813 108 - - 7,122 7,230 373,043
Wisconsin 994,388 - 994,388 10,528 983,860 19,862 963,998 - - - - - 963,998
Wyoming 110,887 334 110,553 1,163 109,390 1,841 107,549 56 - - 46 102 107,651
Total 39,921,645 170,447 39,751,198 343,828 39,407,370 518,539 38,888,831 760 88,280 11,291 638,272 738,603 39,627,434
Percentage 100.0 0.4 99.6 0.9 98.7 1.3 97.4 - - - - - -

(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) Tax rates are as of December 31, 2013.

(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.

 

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