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States With the Highest and Lowest Gas Taxes

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10. Florida
> State gas tax: 41.4 cents per gal.
> Gas price as of mid-Jan. 2019: $2.12 per gal. (21st lowest)
> State taxes as pct. of gas price: 19.5% (4th highest)
> Annual miles traveled per driver: 14,688 (25th lowest)

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9. New Jersey
> State gas tax: 41.4 cents per gal.
> Gas price as of mid-Jan. 2019: $2.33 per gal. (17th highest)
> State taxes as pct. of gas price: 17.7% (6th highest)
> Annual miles traveled per driver: 12,358 (10th lowest)

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8. Indiana
> State gas tax: 42.9 cents per gal.
> Gas price as of mid-Jan. 2019: $2.14 per gal. (24th lowest)
> State taxes as pct. of gas price: 20.0% (3rd highest)
> Annual miles traveled per driver: 18,269 (5th highest)

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7. Connecticut
> State gas tax: 43.5 cents per gal.
> Gas price as of mid-Jan. 2019: $2.56 per gal. (8th highest)
> State taxes as pct. of gas price: 17.0% (8th highest)
> Annual miles traveled per driver: 12,117 (7th lowest)

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6. Michigan
> State gas tax: 44.1 cents per gal.
> Gas price as of mid-Jan. 2019: $2.17 per gal. (24th highest)
> State taxes as pct. of gas price: 20.4% (2nd highest)
> Annual miles traveled per driver: 14,055 (19th lowest)

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