Drivers express diamy at fuel card tax `farce'
- Give us something back. Stanton, Justin // Commercial Motor;6/24/2010, Vol. 212 Issue 5387, p3
The article presents the author's comments on the British government's take on the use of funds raised from fuel duty for road transport training grants.
- Double whammy on fuel. Lockridge, Evan // Overdrive;Sep93, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p15
Reports on Congressional deliberations on the budget and fuel tax. Increase in federal fuel tax from 1982 to 1992; Low-sulfur diesel fuel to be required for on-highway trucks.
- Statement on renewable fuels tax incentives. Clinton, Bill // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;8/4/97, Vol. 33 Issue 31, p1162
Presents the statement of US President Bill Clinton on the exclusion of incentives for renewable tax fuels in the budget agreement on July 31, 1997. Awareness on the important role played by ethanol in cleaning the air and in providing development for rural areas; Extension of the tax...
- Fuel tax hikes cited as SA's most painful bite. McNamara, Michael // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;8/17/1993, Vol. 166 Issue 33, p16
Reports on the effect of increases in taxes for gasoline and diesel fuel on Seventh Avenue (SA) businesses and the impact of cut in entertainment deductions. Shipping by truck of textile firms and garment manufacturers; Gas tax as additional pricing factor; Date of increase's implementation;...
- Most states join International Fuel Tax pact. // Overdrive;Mar96, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p107
Reports that Kentucky and Rhode Island joined the International Fuel Tax Agreement, raising the total number of states participating to 44 of the 46 eligible.
- Congress, industry reps feud over new fuel tax. Bontz, Rita // Overdrive;Aug93, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p24
Reports on the debate over the proposed fuel tax on Capitol Hills. Industry pressure to Congress; Unfair and discriminatory description by lobbyist and constituents; Effects of fuel price hike on truckers; British thermal unit as alternative.
- IFTA. Bontz, Rita // Overdrive;Nov95, Vol. 35 Issue 11, p27
Reports that most states will be participating in the International Fuel Tax Agreement beginning January 1, 1996.
- Fuel duty to remain frozen. Crawford, Robert // Employee Benefits;12/3/2014, p1
The article announces that the fuel duty will remain frozen in Great Britain.
- Fuel tax repeal closer to reality. Takemoto, Paul; Edleson, Harriet // Travel Agent;5/27/96, Vol. 281 Issue 1, p76
Reports on the House passage of a temporary suspension of the 4.3-cent-per-gallon fuel tax. Expiration of the exemption period for airlines; Cost of tax to airlines; Possibility of tax repeal.