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Posted: 11/18/20 10:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Edd505 wrote:

Just checked the app and it shows best price in OR is still T/A at 2.08 a gallon. They add tax on that price?

Yes. According to the lady at TSD, Oregon is the only state where there is an added tax.... 36c per gallon


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Posted: 11/18/20 11:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

OK come on down to CA and pay $4 / gallon [emoticon]


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Posted: 11/19/20 06:03am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Fuel tax in Oregon and less than for California and many other States. What I hate is waiting and having someone else fuel my truck. Some of those idiots could easily put gas in my diesel tank.

I think Oregon and NJ are the only States where you cannot pump your own fuel.

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Well you can certainly get out of the truck and check what they are doing. Plus in OR you can pump your own diesel.


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rk911 wrote:

PUD???


Typo. He meant to type PUC


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Nutinelse2do wrote:

Edd505 wrote:

Just checked the app and it shows best price in OR is still T/A at 2.08 a gallon. They add tax on that price?

Yes. According to the lady at TSD, Oregon is the only state where there is an added tax.... 36c per gallon


Guess I need to stay closer to home still under $2.00 with the card.


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CA Traveler wrote:

Taxes/fees are higher in OR as expected in a state with no sales tax which likely explains the fuel tax.

Every state has fuel taxes. The difference in Oregon is how they're collected. Most states include them in the price at the pump, and that's how the users pay them--the station collects the tax and remits it to the state.

But in Oregon, truckers report their fuel purchases and pay taxes on them later, instead of at the pump. So the price at the pump at truck stops doesn't include the tax. Non-truckers in Oregon do like everywhere else--pay the tax as part of the pump price.

That's why you'll see lower prices advertised at truck stops (where tax isn't include in the pump price) than at 7-Eleven, where tax is included in the pump price because the people buying fuel there pay the tax at the time of purchase.


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I'd certainly expect/want to see the fuel tax reflected by TSD.

They don't even mention it on their website, or their documents showing prices at various retailers. Someone once said they do mention it on their app (which I don't have), and it doesn't sound like they incorporate it in the prices shown on their app, but that might be because truckers and RVers uses the same app, and truckers are their real customers.

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Rice wrote:

CA Traveler wrote:

Taxes/fees are higher in OR as expected in a state with no sales tax which likely explains the fuel tax.

Every state has fuel taxes. The difference in Oregon is how they're collected. Most states include them in the price at the pump, and that's how the users pay them--the station collects the tax and remits it to the state.

But in Oregon, truckers report their fuel purchases and pay taxes on them later, instead of at the pump. So the price at the pump at truck stops doesn't include the tax. Non-truckers in Oregon do like everywhere else--pay the tax as part of the pump price.

That's why you'll see lower prices advertised at truck stops (where tax isn't include in the pump price) than at 7-Eleven, where tax is included in the pump price because the people buying fuel there pay the tax at the time of purchase.


CA Traveler wrote:

I'd certainly expect/want to see the fuel tax reflected by TSD.

They don't even mention it on their website, or their documents showing prices at various retailers. Someone once said they do mention it on their app (which I don't have), and it doesn't sound like they incorporate it in the prices shown on their app, but that might be because truckers and RVers uses the same app, and truckers are their real customers.


Current price is showing $1.97 at the Portland T/A. CA is $2.95 just south of Bakersfield T/A or Petro $2.83 Redding. No mention of OR tax but I'm still using the old app as it routes ahead further than the new radius.

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Old tread resurrection: NV fuel tax just saw this and it MAY be the same

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