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FAQ: Transportation Investment Act

How is the motor fuel tax increased?

The motor fuel tax is increased using two methods:

  • the average percentage growth in the CPI, and
  • a percentage of the average retail price of gasoline, also known as the Sales and Use Tax Equivalent Rate.


 
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Transportation Investment Act FAQs
  1 - What is the Transportation Infrastructure Investment Act of 2013?
  2 - What motor fuels are affected by this tax increase?
  3 - How is the motor fuel tax increased?
  4 - How will the CPI tax increase be computed?
  5 - How does the average increase in the retail sales price of gasoline affect the tax increase?
  6 - What are the percentage changes for the sales and use tax equivalent rate and dates the tax will change?
  7 - Can I use my sales tax exemption with the sales and use tax equivalent rate?
  8 - What is the inventory adjustment?
  9 - Where can I find additional information?
 
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