CamoDeafie, not sure the actual tax rate.. But from my multiple cross country trips I remember Washington and Oregon having the highest priced gas I seen ,with Idaho being a runner up (ID recently raised it's gas prices). The cheapest places I remember seeing was Missouri and Kentucky, but Tennessee was fairly cheap too. Florida also was surprisingly cheap, about the same as Tennessee if I remember correctly. Georgia has cheap gas outside of Atlanta. However, on my last trip to North Carolina I was shocked that the gas prices were lower there than here. North Carolina always had a reputation for having the highest gas prices in the South, but when the Republicans took control of their Congress they lowered the gas tax.I'm seeing $2.15 cheapest for 10% ethanol 87 octane. Although gas tax is 36 cents per gallon while Tenn is 26.4 cents pet gallon?
Another funny thing about Tennessee is gas prices vary by county and town. The gas prices in Franklin, TN in Williamson county are actually as high or even higher than I would see in Washington state, whereas here in Wilson county around Lebanon, TN they are some of the lowest I have seen in the country.