It has been said trucking does not pay its fair share.  Frankly, that is just not true.  According to American Trucking Associations (ATA) statistics, the trucking industry contributes more than fifty percent of the highway trust fund tab through fees and taxes yet only accounts for fourteen percent of the total vehicle miles driven.

Fuel taxes represent only a portion of the total in taxes and fees the trucking industry pays.  Here is a list of what Devine paid in 2017:

Federal Fuel Excise Tax$189,602
State Fuel Excise Tax$122,075
State Fuel Sales Tax$193,583
Federal Highway Use Tax$39,906
Sales Tax on Vehicle Parts$18,125
Federal Payroll Tax$462,865
State Payroll Tax$80,861
Property Tax$39,643
Vehicle Registration Fees$215,763
Federal & Local Fees$9,998

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