When is a gallon of gas worth more than a gallon from a car?

Posted May 11, 2019 11:15:51 A gallon of gasoline is about $1.40, while a gallon-per-gallon gasoline is roughly $3.40.

The difference is the price of gasoline at the pump, which is set by state and federal taxes and mandates.

The fuel tax, however, does not have a uniform amount.

That’s where a “value added tax” comes in.

Under this tax, a carmaker would be allowed to add to the cost of a gallon or more of gasoline by adding a higher tax.

This tax can be applied to all kinds of fuel, from the cheapest to the most expensive.

The government has not set a dollar amount, but the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers says it would be $2.50 per gallon.

If the tax rate is higher than the cost, it would not be taxable, because the price is set at a fixed price.

The value added tax can add up fast, as companies use it to cover their costs.

The Canadian Association says that it is considering raising the tax on gasoline by as much as a third to help combat the climate crisis.

The oilpatch has also been vocal about the need for a carbon tax.

It has said it wants a tax that would apply to the greenhouse gas emissions from transportation, but it’s not clear how it would affect other industries.

The federal government, the provinces and the territories are negotiating with provinces and territories on how to implement a carbon pricing system.

There have been many discussions about how to deal with emissions from pipelines, refineries and cars, and what kind of price structure might work best.

With files from the Canadian Press