Pennsylvania Gas Tax Hike Kicks In Jan. 1

Pennsylvania Gas Tax Hike Kicks In Jan. 1 — Pennsylvania’s gasoline tax rises 8 cents, Jan. 1. It’s  a consequence of the the 2013 bill that doomed Gov. Corbett because the state legislature couldn’t find money via increased efficiencies to fund infrastructure improvements — a feat easily accomplished by even a blind squirrel assuming the squirrel had a spine.

So Pennsylvanians, fill up today or tomorrow to save some dollars and don’t be surprised if you find yourself scheduling more shopping trips to sales-tax free Delaware for replenishing the tank. Pennsylvania Gas Tax Hike Kicks In Jan. 1

Pennsylvania Gas Tax Hike Kicks In Jan. 1 so fill up now

4 thoughts on “Pennsylvania Gas Tax Hike Kicks In Jan. 1”

  1. Despite Gov. Christie’s & NJ Dems’ new Garden State gasoline tax increase, it’s still cheaper to buy gas in that state as well–anywhere but the Keystone state.

    The PA Gascott continues.

    Happy 2017 to all.

  2. their all peices of shit in harrisurg. Instead of running the gov responsibly they keep taken more for themselves and
    passing the cost to the tax payers. if the terrorist kill anybody it should be them

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