Latest Fuel taxes in the United States Stories

2014-06-18 16:21:21

In the news release, NATSO Applauds Proposal to Increase Federal Fuel Tax, issued 18-Jun-2014 by NATSO, Inc.

2008-11-23 15:21:18

Gasoline prices have fallen for the 67th day in a row, sinking to a U.S. average of $1.929 per gallon, a survey from automotive organization AAA indicated. The AAA data, gathered from credit card swipes, showed gas prices shed another 2.4 cents per gallon between Friday and Saturday, CNN reported.

2008-08-10 18:00:14

Retail gasoline prices have fallen for the 24th straight day, a AAA survey of gas station sales showed. The national average price for a gallon of regular gas are down more than 7 percent from the record high of $4.114 on July 16, CNNMoney.com reported Sunday.

2008-07-21 00:00:17

By The Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) - The political vision of a summer gas tax holiday died a quick death in Congress, losing to a view that federal excise taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel will have to go up if they go anywhere.

2006-08-28 16:15:00

The average price U.S. drivers paid for gasoline fell to the lowest level in more than four months, the government said on Monday, and more savings could be on the way as Tropical Storm Ernesto becomes less of a threat to oil producing areas in the Gulf of Mexico.

2006-06-12 16:47:11

By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The average price U.S drivers pay for gasoline increased for the second week in a row, rising another 1.4 cents over the last week to $2.91 a gallon, the government said on Monday.

2006-06-05 16:41:49

By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The average U.S. retail gasoline price jumped 2.5 cents in the last week to $2.89 a gallon, ending two straight weeks of falling pump costs enjoyed by motorists, the government said on Monday.

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