What is Alaska Gas Tax?
Gasoline Tax is collected from every State in the United States. The US Federal government collects 18.4 cents on every gallon of gasoline. State and Local government also collect their gas tax. The average gas tax in the United States is 48.9 cents per gallon (April 2015)
Gas Tax is collected by the States to build/repair roads, highways, tolls, and bridges. The state allocates the funds to states, cities and counties depending on its needs.
How much is Alaska Gas Tax?
In Alaska, the gas tax is 29.7 cents per gallon of unleaded gasoline. Alaska is ranked the 51st in terms of the gasoline tax in the United States. The higher the ranking, the cheaper is the gas compared with other states. Alaska has the cheapest gas tax in the United States.
|State||Year||State Gas Tax||Federal Gas Amount||Total Gas Tax||Ranking (US)|
|Alaska||2015||11.3¢||18.4¢||29.7¢||51 out of 51|