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State Motor-Fuel Taxes and Related Receipts - 2017 (1)

Final January 2019
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 628,726 2,727 625,999 7,413 618,586 - 618,586 897 50,709 - 1,401 53,008 671,594
Alaska 30,426 - 30,426 237 30,189 934 29,255 - - - - - 29,255
Arizona 720,477 1,210 719,267 2,454 716,812 - 716,812 - - - 998 998 717,810
Arkansas 464,995 - 464,995 - 464,995 - 464,995 - - - 7,512 7,512 472,507
California 4,876,922 - 4,876,922 - 4,876,922 291,261 4,585,661 - - - 1,626 1,626 4,587,287
Colorado 637,298 2,590 634,707 1,584 633,124 - 633,124 3 36,352 218 - 36,573 669,697
Connecticut 487,790 - 487,790 2,571 485,219 - 485,219 560 - - 233,498 234,057 719,276
Delaware 129,298 - 129,298 71 129,227 84 129,143 4 - 144 32 180 129,323
Dist. of Col. 26,099 - 26,099 - 26,099 - 26,099 - - - - - 26,099
Florida 2,680,117 2,770 2,677,347 19,144 2,658,203 - 2,658,203 - 10,582 - 16,526 27,108 2,685,312
Georgia (6) 1,739,790 - 1,739,790 1,792 1,737,999 - 1,737,999 - - 2,267 - 2,267 1,740,266
Hawaii 82,684 - 82,684 36 82,648 1,009 81,639 - - 35 - 35 81,674
Idaho 344,549 4,915 339,634 10,401 329,232 5,136 324,096 - - - - - 324,096
Illinois 1,272,605 16,679 1,255,926 - 1,255,926 5,040 1,250,886 - - - - - 1,250,886
Indiana 754,639 - 754,639 8,672 745,967 - 745,967 - - - 102,277 102,277 848,243
Iowa 769,408 - 769,408 58,131 711,277 6,525 704,752 - - - 222 222 704,975
Kansas 450,540 - 450,540 676 449,864 3,500 446,364 - 7 100 1,046 1,153 447,517
Kentucky 773,426 12,466 760,960 1,390 759,569 975 758,594 - - - - - 758,594
Louisiana 630,806 2,415 628,391 4,268 624,123 - 624,123 - 4,439 59 69 4,567 628,690
Maine 253,216 - 253,216 1,270 251,946 - 251,946 - - - - - 251,946
Maryland 1,125,807 1,405 1,124,403 48,094 1,076,309 15,539 1,060,770 - - 2,193 - 2,193 1,062,963
Massachusetts 767,557 - 767,557 2,693 764,863 708 764,155 - - - - - 764,155
Michigan 1,373,047 - 1,373,047 13,491 1,359,555 17,728 1,341,827 - - - 23 23 1,341,850
Minnesota 931,547 - 931,547 14,596 916,951 22,514 894,437 10 4,054 - 24,730 28,794 923,230
Mississippi 426,408 - 426,408 - 426,408 4,150 422,258 - - - 2,615 2,615 424,873
Missouri 704,430 - 704,430 5,075 699,355 - 699,355 - - - 422 422 699,777
Montana 204,457 1,501 202,956 7,247 195,710 3,303 192,407 - - 90 6 95 192,502
Nebraska 363,275 6,321 356,954 581 356,373 77 356,296 - - 5 352 356 356,653
Nevada 655,146 10,764 644,382 433 643,949 6,330 637,619 - 719 1,271 25,820 27,810 665,430
New Hampshire 186,596 - 186,596 1,111 185,485 702 184,783 - - - 117 117 184,900
New Jersey 545,041 - 545,041 645 544,396 - 544,396 - - - 233 233 544,629
New Mexico 264,194 - 264,194 - 264,194 590 263,604 - - 257 26,562 26,819 290,423
New York 1,650,647 - 1,650,647 28,011 1,622,636 - 1,622,636 - 2,848 - 27,902 30,750 1,653,386
North Carolina 2,011,477 - 2,011,477 57,187 1,954,290 40,637 1,913,653 - - - - - 1,913,653
North Dakota 174,616 2,328 172,288 1,761 170,528 352 170,176 1 289 227 18,871 19,388 189,564
Ohio 1,910,125 13,055 1,897,071 12,407 1,884,663 13,455 1,871,208 - - - - - 1,871,208
Oklahoma 433,850 - 433,850 305,110 128,740 91 128,649 - - 157 32,480 32,637 161,286
Oregon 646,248 - 646,248 1,627 644,621 16,184 628,437 - - 14 107 121 628,558
Pennsylvania 3,545,079 4,145 3,540,934 10,683 3,530,251 173 3,530,078 - - 474 2,521 2,996 3,533,074
Rhode Island 148,735 - 148,735 3,043 145,692 - 145,692 - - - 3,997 3,997 149,689
South Carolina 604,498 2,100 602,398 2,918 599,480 3,690 595,790 - 10,014 - - 10,014 605,804
South Dakota 193,684 2,696 190,988 - 190,988 3,750 187,238 - - (43) - (43) 187,195
Tennessee 865,514 10,022 855,492 9,946 845,546 - 845,546 - - - 68,219 68,219 913,764
Texas 3,655,318 55,844 3,599,474 15,068 3,584,406 24,498 3,559,908 - - - - - 3,559,908
Utah 488,501 - 488,501 3,153 485,348 3,861 481,487 - - - 857 857 482,344
Vermont 118,837 - 118,837 - 118,837 - 118,837 - - - - - 118,837
Virginia 890,977 5,791 885,186 6,570 878,615 146 878,469 - - 857 47,318 48,175 926,645
Washington 1,712,951 - 1,712,951 64,076 1,648,875 17,775 1,631,100 - - - 537 537 1,631,638
West Virginia 419,059 1,166 417,893 10,883 407,010 129 406,881 - - - (49,312) (49,312) 357,569
Wisconsin 1,064,111 - 1,064,111 9,061 1,055,049 20,680 1,034,369 - - - - - 1,034,369
Wyoming 173,222 508 172,714 1,062 171,652 3,382 168,270 59 - - 46 105 168,375
Total 46,008,767 163,419 45,845,349 756,643 45,088,706 534,908 44,553,798 1,535 120,014 8,325 599,627 729,501 45,283,299
Percentage 100.0 0.4 99.6 1.6 98. 1.2 96.8 - - - - - -

(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) Tax rates are as of December 31, 2016.

(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 Special Fuel and Use tax.

 

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