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State Motor-Fuel Taxes and Related Receipts - 2014 (1)

October 2015
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 598,199 2,251 595,948 6,644 589,304 3,778 585,526 450 58,901 - - 59,351 644,877
Alaska 32,559 - 32,559 221 32,339 534 31,805 - - - - - 31,805
Arizona 647,335 1,201 646,134 2,762 643,372 9,589 633,783 - - - 963 963 634,746
Arkansas 431,078 - 431,078 - 431,078 - 431,078 - - - - - 431,078
California 6,019,628 - 6,019,628 - 6,019,628 313,798 5,705,830 - - - 17,931 17,931 5,723,761
Colorado 590,831 2,361 588,470 2,543 585,927 - 585,927 1 5 - - 6 585,933
Connecticut 505,867 4,802 501,065 - 501,065 - 501,065 497 - 268 284,209 284,974 786,039
Delaware 113,068 - 113,068 142 112,926 80 112,846 3 - 58 35 96 112,941
Dist. of Col. 22,961 - 22,961 - 22,961 - 22,961 - - - - - 22,961
Florida 2,338,042 2,434 2,335,608 16,204 2,319,404 - 2,319,404 - 10,823 - 15,176 25,999 2,345,403
Georgia (6) 441,861 - 441,861 718 441,143 - 441,143 - - 1,508 527,113 528,621 969,764
Hawaii 84,808 - 84,808 74 84,734 995 83,739 - - 82 - 82 83,822
Idaho 246,537 3,548 242,989 6,996 235,992 4,741 231,251 - - - - - 231,251
Illinois 1,239,797 16,127 1,223,670 - 1,223,670 5,040 1,218,630 - - - - - 1,218,630
Indiana 708,624 - 708,624 678 707,946 - 707,946 - - - 101,626 101,626 809,572
Iowa 467,945 - 467,945 28,507 439,438 3,919 435,519 - - - - - 435,519
Kansas 443,749 - 443,749 1,216 442,533 - 442,533 7,630 - - 1,093 8,723 451,256
Kentucky 903,624 14,111 889,513 4,154 885,359 3,928 881,431 - - - - - 881,431
Louisiana 596,058 6,710 589,348 9,240 580,108 - 580,108 - 4,387 4,049 186 8,622 588,731
Maine 295,568 - 295,568 2,462 293,107 5,802 287,305 - - - - - 287,305
Maryland 877,772 1,380 876,393 65,080 811,313 10,014 801,299 - - 1,603 - 1,603 802,901
Massachusetts 733,882 - 733,882 1,409 732,473 871 731,602 - - - - - 731,602
Michigan 973,621 - 973,621 14,739 958,882 16,570 942,312 38 - - - 38 942,350
Minnesota 890,669 - 890,669 11,965 878,703 21,799 856,904 13 3,989 - 20,317 24,319 881,223
Mississippi 380,994 - 380,994 36 380,958 - 380,958 - - - 19,602 19,602 400,560
Missouri 670,794 - 670,794 3,433 667,361 - 667,361 - - - 312 312 667,674
Montana 211,732 1,279 210,453 6,690 203,763 3,300 200,463 25 - 202 30 258 200,720
Nebraska 335,963 5,952 330,011 789 329,222 71 329,151 - - 10 1,354 1,364 330,515
Nevada 500,386 8,191 492,195 480 491,715 6,346 485,369 - 673 1,481 23,410 25,565 510,933
New Hampshire 148,404 - 148,404 800 147,604 2,098 145,506 - - 179 99 278 145,784
New Jersey 538,290 - 538,290 424 537,866 - 537,866 - - - 721 721 538,586
New Mexico 249,831 - 249,831 - 249,831 575 249,256 - - 119 25,563 25,682 274,938
New York 1,644,168 - 1,644,168 45,647 1,598,521 - 1,598,521 - 2,693 - 31,126 33,819 1,632,341
North Carolina 1,978,672 - 1,978,672 45,764 1,932,908 28,482 1,904,426 - - - - - 1,904,426
North Dakota 203,490 2,390 201,100 600 200,499 424 200,075 1 348 118 22,567 23,034 223,110
Ohio 1,821,661 11,719 1,809,943 14,623 1,795,320 18,326 1,776,994 - - - - - 1,776,994
Oklahoma 420,820 - 420,820 2,637 418,183 81 418,102 - - - 32,768 32,768 450,870
Oregon 602,688 - 602,688 367 602,322 16,830 585,492 - - 753 171 925 586,416
Pennsylvania 2,256,294 3,906 2,252,388 2,219 2,250,169 169 2,250,000 - 0 966 1,248 2,214 2,252,215
Rhode Island 135,363 - 135,363 450 134,913 - 134,913 - - - 3,970 3,970 138,883
South Carolina 550,285 2,271 548,014 2,768 545,246 3,450 541,796 - 9,099 - - 9,099 550,895
South Dakota 145,219 2,030 143,189 - 143,189 3,572 139,617 - - 26 - 26 139,643
Tennessee 797,554 9,256 788,299 8,825 779,474 - 779,474 - - - 63,225 63,225 842,699
Texas 3,428,368 51,410 3,376,958 15,565 3,361,394 22,717 3,338,677 - - - - - 3,338,677
Utah 364,332 - 364,332 2,889 361,443 3,557 357,886 - - - 949 949 358,835
Vermont 122,010 - 122,010 - 122,010 - 122,010 - - - - - 122,010
Virginia 664,311 4,157 660,155 6,164 653,991 273 653,718 - - 705 47,731 48,436 702,154
Washington 1,246,446 - 1,246,446 34,726 1,211,720 13,993 1,197,727 - - - 587 587 1,198,314
West Virginia 392,707 1,669 391,038 13,322 377,717 72 377,645 - - - 8,568 8,568 386,213
Wisconsin 1,009,377 - 1,009,377 9,959 999,418 19,842 979,576 - - - - - 979,576
Wyoming 171,587 317 171,270 926 170,344 1,823 168,521 57 - - 46 102 168,623
Total 41,195,831 159,471 41,036,360 395,856 40,640,504 547,459 40,093,045 8,716 90,918 12,129 1,252,697 1,364,459 41,457,504
Percentage 100.0 0.4 99.6 1. 98.7 1.3 97.3 - - - - - -

(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, 2014.

(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) Includes other motor fuel sales and use tax.

 

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