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Old 08-08-2013, 07:42 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Mekanic View Post
Ya I have seen other Indiana gas price laws.
I Don't buy gas or diesel in IN because of it.
they have one that prevents them from advertising the full price of gasoline
something like "tax shall not be included in the advertised price" I wpould say how i really fell about it, but this is a family web site.
Please provide a link to what you said. I've been a resident of IN for over 70 years and know of no such law. I do know IN law states signage must denote the price is for "tax exempt" if that is the case. I've never seen that for gasoline, just diesel fuel accessible to big rigs. BTW, "tax exempt" means federal and state fuel/road taxes. They must still be paid, just not at time of sale. Exactly like a farmer with a tax exempt status, he buys stuff all year without paying taxes, until he files his annual income tax form which includes all taxes on purchases.
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Old 08-08-2013, 09:40 PM   #30
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Ray: Yes-- Everyone pays.... Indiana commercial fuel tax.
Generally, a business that operates commercial motor vehicles in the State of Indiana must pay a tax based upon the fuel usage. Vehicles must be registered with the Indiana Department of Revenue, and file quarterly tax returns. Non-commercial vehicles pay at the time of sale.

It now being strictly enforced-
"A 15-year-old Indiana State sales tax law is now being enforced. In the past, the State of Indiana required TA and Petro to post signs at the diesel pump stating, “Trucks Only” in order to exempt diesel transactions from the 7% sales tax. The State of Indiana has recently fined an Indiana TA truck stop for not requiring exemption certificates from all its exempt customers. The fine is in excess of $200,000 per location."
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Old 08-09-2013, 07:21 AM   #31
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The reason you don't have the cash vs credit difference at retail stores is they spread the cost of using crefit cards through out the store in small price increases you don't even notice. Gas stations t have a very limited variety of products and not a lot of competition. Plus there's colution between gas companies to charge extra for credit and look at the rediculas prices they all charge innside their stores. Anyone still wondering why they make billions in profits every year.
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