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Evaluating fuel economy taxes

James P. Stucker

Evaluating fuel economy taxes

an exploratory cost-benefit analysis

by James P. Stucker

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Published by Rand Corporation in Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Automobiles -- United States -- Fuel consumption,
  • Gasoline -- Taxation,
  • Fuel -- Taxation -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJim Stucker ; prepared for the U.S. Dept. of Energy.
    SeriesRand note -- N-1006-DOE.
    ContributionsRand Corporation., United States. Dept. of Energy.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 51 p. :
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17624747M
    OCLC/WorldCa6060380

    The effects of fuel economy mandates and taxes on drivers: Impacts by income groups (Rand paper series) [J. P Stucker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : J. P Stucker. If fuel economy had not improved, gasoline consump- tion (and crude oil imports) would be about million bar- rels per day greater than it is, or about 14 percent of todayâ s consumption. Finding 2. Past improvements in the overall fuel economy of the nationâ s light-duty vehicle fleet have entailed very real, albeit indirect, costs.

    The Economic Consequences of Fuel Economy Standards. This is the fourth in a series of briefs explaining and evaluating Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) and zero-emissions vehicle (ZEV) standards. By Julian Morris Ma   Sallee [] simulated annual fuel costs based on , random drawings from actual distributions of annual miles, discount rates and the gasoline price forecasts of individual estimates varied widely in relation to label values even though uncertainty about actual on-road fuel economy was not included. “This means that even if a fuel economy label explained the lifetime fuel Author: David L. Greene.

      What most people don't realize, in fact, is that 99 percent of the Internal Revenue Code is a series of incentives, primarily for businesses and investors to fuel the economy. There are only about. "Evaluating the Consumer Response to Fuel Economy: A Review of the Literature." Gloria Helfand and Ann Wolverton in International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics. 5(2), "Estimating the Benefits of Reducing Hazardous Air Pollutants: Summary of .


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Get this from a library. Evaluating fuel economy taxes: an exploratory cost-benefit analysis. [J P Stucker; Rand Corporation.; United States. Department of Energy.]. The Taxation of Fuel Economy James M. Sallee, University of Chicago and NBER Executive Summary Policy makers have instituted a variety Evaluating fuel economy taxes book fuel economy tax policies—polices that tax or subsidize new vehicle purchases on the basis of fuel economy performance—in the hopes of improving fleet fuel economy and reducing gaso-line consumption.

The Taxation of Fuel Economy James Sallee. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in October NBER Program(s):Environment and Energy Program, Public Economics Program Policy-makers have instituted a variety of fuel economy tax policies -- polices that tax or subsidize new vehicle purchases on the basis of fuel economy performance -- in the hopes of improving fleet fuel economy and reducing.

This volume presents six new papers on environmental/energy economics and policy. Robert Stavins evaluates carbon taxes versus a cap-and-trade mechanism for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, arguing that specific design features of either instrument can be more consequential than the choice of instrument itself.

Lucas Davis and James Sallee show that the exemption of electric vehicles from. Taxes. Trade. Fuel Economy Standards Are a Costly Mistake at The Heritage Foundation. David W. Kreutzer, Evaluating Fuel Economy Standards Using an Engineering Model of Endogenous Product. The Taxation of Fuel Economy James M.

Salleey University of Chicago and NBER October 5, Abstract Policy-makers have instituted a variety of fuel economy tax policies { polices that tax or subsidize new vehicle purchases on the basis of fuel economy performance { in the hopes of improving eet fuel economy and reducing gasoline by:   Regulation Continues to Increase Car Prices.

Evaluating Fuel Economy Standards Using an Engineering Model of Endogenous Product Design,” Ta The EPA includes taxes, insurance, and. Gas taxes are "at least six to fourteen times" more cost-effective than fuel-economy standards at reducing gasoline consumption. Congress doesn't seem to care.

Increasing electric vehicle (EV) shares and fuel economy pose challenges to a fuel tax-based transportation funding scheme. This paper evaluates the fuel tax revenue impacts of such trends using Virginia as a case study. First, a county-level bivariate count model is developed using vehicle registration data in counties from to where R is the revenue in $, MPG is the fuel economy in miles per gallon, C is the fuel tax in $ per gallon per vehicle, and N is the number of the non alternative fuel vehicle registrations.

Using average values, the fuel tax revenue of could be decreased by % in The United States federal excise tax on gasoline is cents per gallon and cents per gallon for diesel fuel. The federal tax was last raised October 1, and is not indexed to inflation, which increased by a total of 77 percent from until On average, as of Aprilstate and local taxes and fees add cents to gasoline and cents to diesel, for a total US.

To reduce CO 2 emissions governments often opt for car taxes that are based on fuel efficiency, measured in liters per km (or miles per gallon). Proponents of an upfront car tax argue that it would be more effective than a fuel tax paid at the pump because of an investment inefficiency – consumers may be short sighted, failing to take future fuel taxes into account when choosing a new.

The new Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) Standards increase fuel economy to MPG by model year and determine fuel economy targets based on vehicle sizes. Title: Evaluating Fuel Economy Mandates: An Exploratory Cost-Benefit Analysis Author: James P.

Stucker Subject: The first study of the welfare costs expected from the government's current fuel-economy mandate program for new cars.

For awards through programs that don’t pass on fuel surcharges, subtract the YQ or YR component from the total you got in step 6 — this is what you can expect to pay in taxes and fees Once you know the surcharges, you can determine which mileage program to book with, or even if it makes more sense to purchase a ticket.

Fuel Economy Guide. The Fuel Economy Guide published by the U.S. Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency helps consumers compare the gas mileage of similarly sized cars and light-duty trucks.

On-line PDF version of the Fuel Economy Guide. Because of provisions in how the government measures emissions and fuel economy, that really works out to a combined city-highway rating of about 38.

For every dollar collected in federal highway gasoline taxes in fiscalthe latest data available, the District of Columbia got back $—the highest ratio in the country. September 1 Environmental Taxation A Guide for Policy Makers This guide is based on the OECD‟s recently issued book Taxation, Innovation and the Environment.

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"Drive slower," says Cox "Driving at 50 to 55 mph is measurably more economical. Drivers should also try to avoid braking and drive off-hours to as not to get caught in rush hour traffic jams." Fuel Economy details the beneficial effects of fuel economy maintenance.

Cox includes step-by-step instructions for common do-it-yourself : Paperback.B Motor Fuel Taxability Misc. Taxability Ethanol Motor Fuel Taxability Misc. Taxability $/gallon B is taxable Subject to UST Fee $/gallon Not taxable Not taxable Section State Taxes Applicable to Imports of Ethanol and Biodiesel Biodiesel Ethanol B is treated like diesel fuel.

The tax rate is $/gallon.Description This volume presents six new papers on environmental/energy economics and policy. Robert Stavins evaluates carbon taxes versus a cap-and-trade mechanism for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, arguing that specific design features of either instrument can be more consequential than the choice of instrument Rating: % positive.