NY fuel tax ‘holiday’ ends
The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance lifted the suspension of fuel taxes, effective Jan. 1.
Beginning on Jan. 1, retail sellers of fuel must again include state and local sales taxes and any excise taxes passed through to the retailer by a distributor in the pump price.
While the excise and state sales taxes were suspended from June 1 through Dec. 31, the New York State fuel use tax was not suspended, and motor carriers were still required to pay any fuel use tax due unless the vehicle was exempt.
The fuel tax suspension cut 16 cents per gallon off the price of fuel.
Registration opens for Wildwood, Florida truck show
Truck registration for the 25th annual 75 Chrome Shop’s truck show in Wildwood, Florida opened today, Jan. 3.
Truck owners can register online for the show, which is scheduled for April 27-30.
Trucks need to be on-site and parked, Thursday, April 27. There is a truck light show Friday, April 28 and the main show is Saturday, April 29. Awards will be handed out Sunday, April 30.
A portion of the proceeds from the show will be donated to Camp Boggy Creek, which provides children with serious illnesses and their families a free, safe and medically-sound camp environment.
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