INDIANAPOLIS — The tax Hoosiers are paying on a gallon of gasoline in Indiana will go up again next month.
The Indiana Department of Revenue announced the state’s gasoline use tax will climb 0.4 cents to 19 cents-per-gallon starting April 1st.
The increase marks the third consecutive month the tax has increased as gas prices have also risen.
April’s tax will still be more than 10-cents lower than the highest gasoline use tax rate, 29.1 cents per gallon set in August of 2022.
Adding the state and federal excise taxes, the total tax on a gallon of gasoline in Indiana next month will be is 70.4 cents.
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