Colorado by the Numbers: Monthly Gasoline Reported By States, 1995

                                                                                                                                                              TABLE MF-33GA
COMPILED FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR                                                                                                                                       OCTOBER 1996                                                                                           
FROM STATE FUEL-TAX REPORTS              (THOUSANDS OF GALLONS)                                
                                                                                                                                                                    CHANGE FROM
                                                                                                                                                                     PRIOR YEAR
STATE       JANUARY    FEBRUARY    MARCH      APRIL        MAY         JUNE       JULY       AUGUST    SEPTEMBER    OCTOBER    NOVEMBER   DECEMBER       TOTAL
                                                                                                                       2/         3/
                                                                                                                                                                    GALLONS PERCENT
              (1)        (2)        (3)        (4)         (5)         (6)         (7)        (8)          (9)        (10)       (11)        (12)         (13)        (14)   (15)
 
Arizona     112,034    127,155    240,538    172,101     169,038     165,164     171,906     162,672     157,938     160,642    187,265     168,814    1,995,267     60,581   3.1
Colorado    133,184    126,157    145,038    135,310     148,707     154,820     163,615     168,072     149,128     150,801    139,743     145,230    1,759,805     65,141   3.8
Idaho        45,146     42,200     42,610     37,120      47,434      44,024      51,174      51,581      57,079      56,998     53,100      49,745      578,211     18,702   3.3
Montana      32,949     31,003     35,436     34,132      41,971      45,549      50,715      51,525      42,853      40,952     36,756      37,554      481,395      4,419   0.9
Nevada 2/    61,927     58,140     55,077     63,361      61,131      65,105      66,091      69,062      70,375      64,478     66,429      60,845      762,021     21,793   2.9
New Mexico   39,906     96,076     75,663     76,167      76,032      58,781      90,262      79,169      75,555      75,754     71,284      74,001      888,650    (11,990) (1.3)
Utah         67,987     65,237     72,023     71,695      77,452      80,235      85,100      85,194      76,158      76,646     69,000      75,160      901,887     44,799   5.2
Wyoming      22,214     24,768     23,457     22,565      25,191      24,448      28,122      39,137      34,647      42,039     28,869      27,611      343,068     13,747   4.2
 
Total 3/  9,067,825  9,077,304  9,997,475  9,869,952  10,566,376  10,358,758  10,631,845  10,828,758  10,050,168  10,300,077  9,768,336  10,469,972  120,986,846  1,549,152
 


Notes:
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 gasoline 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/ 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.
3/ For tax rates as of January 1, 1995 and rate changes during the year, see table MF-121T. States with variable rates are also identified in table MF-121T.
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.


Source: Highway Statistics, 1995, Section 1, "Motor Fuel," " Monthly Gasoline Reported By States, MF-33GA," prepared by the U.S. Dept. of Transportion, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Highway Information Management.
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