California has one of the highest gasoline taxes in the country.
So why is it the only state that does not have a sales tax?
The answer is simple.
California taxes gasoline in three categories: fuel taxes, excise taxes and a special fuel tax that only applies to gas used for the fuel that is being sold.
California has a three-tier fuel tax system:The first tier, which is called the “primary” fuel tax, taxes all of the gasoline that goes into the vehicle.
The second tier, called the excise tax, is a special tax that applies to certain vehicles that are not used for fuel.
The third tier, the fuel tax is a flat rate that applies only to the fuel used to fuel the vehicle that the vehicle is being driven.
The excise tax is currently about $4.50 per gallon.
The primary tax is about $2.50.
If you have a new car, you can expect to pay $7.50 in taxes on the first $6,000.
If you drive a truck, a light truck or a trailer, you may also pay an excise tax on the fuel you use to move the vehicle, but not on the engine.
In addition, the state has a special excise tax that is charged on vehicles with an engine that is not an engine-driven vehicle.
In that case, you will also pay a special $1.50 tax on fuel used in the engine itself.
In short, California has a “flat tax” that applies on all fuel.
This means that you will pay less in taxes for your fuel than if you had a gasoline tax of $2 per gallon, according to the state Department of Finance.
California is one of only three states in the United States that does no sales tax.
The other two are Vermont and New Jersey.
The state also does not impose a fuel tax on cars, trucks or buses.
California’s sales tax rate is only $1 per gallon and applies to all fuel sold in California, according the California Department of Revenue website.
If the person is driving a vehicle that is used for less than 20,000 miles a year, they pay a rate of $1,000 per year, which does not include the $2 gas tax.
If they are driving a truck that is more than 40,000 a year they pay $3,000, and if they are in a vehicle with an Engine-Driven Vehicle they pay an additional $1 for every 20,00 miles driven.